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Tilt, vb. 1) to run in a tournament and thrust with a lance: “lo, he is --ing straight,” LLL V, 2, 483.
2) to fight, to thrust in general: “this is no world to play with mammets and to t. with lips,” H4A II, 3, 95. “he --s with piercing steel at bold Mercutio's breast,” Rom. III, 1, 163. “swords out, and --ing one at other's breast,” Oth. II, 3, 183.
3) to toss, to play unsteadily: “what observation madest thou in this case of his heart's meteors --ing in his face?” Err. IV, 2, 6.
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