Examples of kilter in a Sentence
since I dropped my food processor, it's been all out of kilter
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In Corpus Cristi, 353 of about 1,100 navigational buoys, beacons and other devices were thrown off kilter, halting port traffic.
The writer-director sticks with the slow-burn approach, along with the gleeful ransacking of genre tropes, in his follow-up prison thriller, Brawl in Cell Block 99, even if the earlier work's off-kilter humor is largely missing.
Harden now toggles back and forth between full-on attack mode and playmaking as unpredictable as his off-kilter drives to the basket.
In a new interview with HitFix TV critic Alan Sepinwall, show creators Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan explain their off-kilter approach to the show's physique.
By Laura Regensdorf 116 Insider Trading What's new in the showrooms 122 Art Show Painter Catherine Murphy's off-kilter realism turns the ordinary into the extraordinary.
Many of the songs feature off-kilter rhythms, electronic drum sequencing, beeps, glitches, drones, a whirr here and there -- even accidental additions that were born out of studio tinkering and open minds.
No one should enter a house that looks cracked or off-kilter before a structural assessment.
Built between 1173 and 1370, the off-kilter structure was positioned atop roughly 30 feet of fine river sediments underlain by a layer of ancient marine clay.
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Origin and Etymology of kilter
First Known Use: 1628See Words from the same year
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