Examples of kilter in a Sentence
since I dropped my food processor, it's been all out of kilter
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Based on Nathaniel Hawthorne's story, which E.L. Doctorow updated in 2008, this off-kilter 2016 drama would be more of a stretch if Cranston weren't so good at selling his character's unconventional actions.
Of course, the non-Kitchen section of Lush's U.K. website also offers off-kilter products that haven't made their way stateside yet, such as the Jelly Bombs.
The brain also runs checks on itself to ensure that the exquisite balance of hormones, enzymes and proteins isn’t too far off-kilter.
Erratic seasoning threw a few other dishes off-kilter, in particular beef shank roulade.
Pharrell & Chad Hugo of the Neptunes made their name from Pharrell's off-kilter falsetto and genre-bending blend of hip-hop, rock, pop and funk.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Palm, an experimental indie-rock band, will be bringing their off-kilter rhythms and dreamy vocals to Mahall's on Wednesday, July 5.
If your attempts to keep your head and heart in check are proving to be ineffective, ask your physician if MS could be throwing you off-kilter.
For whatever reason, the junior who will make the 51st and possibly last start of his Tigers' career, has been off-kilter lately in the first inning.
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Origin and Etymology of kilter
First Known Use: 1628See Words from the same year
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