Idioms about tilt
Origin of tilt1
OTHER WORDS FROM tilttilt·a·ble, adjectivetilter, noun
Other definitions for tilt (2 of 2)
Origin of tilt2
How to use tilt in a sentence
Easily adjust the height of the stand and tilt of the screen for even more customizable play.
This turn of events means that a court that already has a sharp pro-business tilt will tip even further in that direction.Why a very conservative Supreme Court will be bad for business|matthewheimer|October 13, 2020|Fortune
If Warnock makes it, he’ll have to convince Democratic-leaning voters to come out again in January, when there won’t be a presidential race to help him overcome the conservative tilt of this state.The Senate seats most likely to flip parties in November|Amber Phillips|October 9, 2020|Washington Post
Orange Grove Avenue was on enough of a tilt to be like a water slide running south, then the old sunken part of the Pasadena Freeway just west of it ran in the other direction, it was crazy.
In Mecklenburg and Wake counties, the suburbs that ring Charlotte and Raleigh, respectively, there are 143,000 more registered voters than there were four years ago, with a strong tilt toward younger and minority groups that favor Democrats.A covid-19 diagnosis, texts suggesting infidelity roil pivotal N.C. Senate race|Pam Kelley, Rachael Bade, Paul Kane|October 6, 2020|Washington Post
British Dictionary definitions for tilt (1 of 2)
- a jousting contest
- a thrust with a lance or pole delivered during a tournament