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kelter

noun

variant of

: proper or usual state or condition : order
  • out of kilter

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kelter

intransitive verb kel·ter \ ˈkeltər \

Definition of kelter

-ed/-ing/-s
chiefly Scottish
: to move restlessly : undulate

Origin and Etymology of kelter

origin unknown


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kelter

noun kel·ter \ ˈkəltə(r) \

Definition of kelter

plural -s
1 dialectal, England : property of any kind; especially : money
2 : rubbish, trash

Origin and Etymology of kelter

origin unknown


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