Definition of Thills

1. Noun. (plural of thill) ¹



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Definition of Thills

1. thill [n] - See also: thill

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thills

thigmatropism
thigmesthesia
thigmotaxes
thigmotaxis
thigmotropism
thigmotropisms
thigs
thiirane
thiiranes
thiirene
thiirenes
thilk
thill
thiller
thillers
thills (current term)
thim
thimble
thimbleberries
thimbleberry
thimbled
thimbleeye
thimbleeyes
thimbleful
thimblefuls
thimblerig
thimblerigged
thimblerigger
thimbleriggers
thimblerigging

Literary usage of Thills

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1. Modern Mechanism: Exhibiting the Latest Progress in Machines, Motors, and by D. Appleton and Company (1892)
"The attachment is mounted on an independent transport axle, with two wheels and thills for a horse. The threshed straw on leaving the shakers is forced ..."

2. The N.Y. Weekly Digest of Cases Decided in the U.S. Supreme, Circuit, and (1887)
"Held, That each time the thill was tied up was an independent and separate act, the consequences of which ended when the wagon was used; when the thills ..."

3. Travels in the East Indian Archipelago by Albert Smith Bickmore (1869)
""When we reached the bottom of the long hill, the men in the thills were the ... All seemed in the best of temper, except those in the thills, who gave a ..."

4. Cases on Administrative Law: Selected from Decisions of English and American by Ernst Freund (1911)
"At that time Cohen was passing, and the iron on one of the thills struck him ... The string with which the thills were fastened was a thin, common string; ..."

5. House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d by United States Congress. House (1857)
"Improved Arrangement of the thills of Vehicles. — Patented October 14, 1856. The frame, composed of the bars ab and braces c, swings to the front of the ..."

6. The Mormon Menace by John Doyle Lee, Alfred Henry Lewis (1905)
"The felloes were made six inches thick, and were strongly doweled together with seasoned hardwood pins; the linch pin was of hickory or ash; the thills were ..."

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