Definition of Twilts

1. Noun. (plural of twilt) ¹



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Definition of Twilts

1. twilt [v] - See also: twilt

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Twilts

twilights
twilighty
twilit
twilitten
twill
twill weave
twilled
twillies
twilling
twillings
twills
twilly
twilt
twilted
twilting
twilts (current term)
twimmolation
twimmolations
twin
twin(a)
twin-
twin-aisle airplane
twin-bedded
twin-cam
twin-clutch gearbox
twin-engine
twin-engined
twin-prop
twin-propeller-plane
twin-size

Literary usage of Twilts

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1. The Bride of Lammermoor by Walter Scott, Sr. (2001)
"beds of state, twilts, pands and testers, napery and broidered wark ? — The fire — the fire — the fire. Guide the fire weel, and it will serve ye for a' ..."

2. The Ladies Calling: In Two Parts by Richard Allestree (1705)
"... that twilts and in-wraps all hi} choices with God's, and is neither at the pains nor hazards of his own elections; but is fe- cure, ..."

3. Memoirs & Travels of Sir John Reresby, Bart by John Reresby (1904)
"... go on foot to procure heat, and to approve of the custom of the country, of lying betwixt two feather beds, to be as necessary there as twilts in Italy. ..."

4. Selections from the Judicial Records of Renfrewshire: Illustrative of the by William Hector (1878)
"... and seven pair of servants' sheets, two bed twilts, one figured cotton bed mantle, a large press for holding linen. ..."

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