Definition of Twilted
1. twilt [v] - See also: twilt
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Twilted
Literary usage of Twilted
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1896)
"Boys used to show with pride balls they had twilted, that is, quilted with twine. Twinny. To rob a cask before it is broached. ..."
2. Plutarch's Lives,: Translated from the Original Greek, with Notes Critical by Plutarch, John Langhorne, William Langhorne (1770)
"... it was twilted fo many private ways, and the ends fo artfully concealed within, that Alexander, finding he could not untie it, ..."
3. English Prose: Selections edited by Henry Craik (1910)
"... entered John Leyden the botcher into the field, with a scarf made of lists, like a bow-case, a cross on his breast like a thread-bottom, a round twilted ..."