Wednesday, 28 March 2012



-verb (used with object)

1. to cause to lean, incline, slope, or slant.
2. to rush at or charge, as in a joust.
3. to hold poised for attack, as a lance.
4. to move (a camera) up or down on its vertical axis for photographing or televising a moving character, object, or the like.
-verb (used without object)
5. to move into or assume a sloping position or direction.
6. to strike, thrust, or charge with a lance or the like (usually followed by "at").
7. to engage in a joust, tournament, or similar contest.
8. (of a camera) to move on its vertical axis.
9. to incline in opinion, feeling, etc.; lean.
-noun act or instance of tilting.
11.the state of being tilted; a sloping position.
12.a slope.
13.a joust or any other contest.
14.a dispute; controversy.
15.a thrust of a weapon, as at a tilt or joust.
16.(in aerial photography) the angle formed by the direction of aim of a camera and a perpendicular to the surface of the earth.

1. a cover of coarse cloth, canvas, etc., as for a wagon.
2. an awning.
-verb (used with object)
3. to furnish with a tilt.

The hives have not been tilted
Rain and snow could still come
Yet their roofs tilt all the same

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