Them ear-fixin's was good while they lasted, but they got out of kilter quick.
Then he said: 'There's no wonder the engine's out of kilter.
“I guess it was my own sense of proportion that got out of kilter, Gee-Gee,” he finally said.
You can see it now, though it is all out of gear and kilter.
It came there yesterday afternoon, and seems to be out of kilter.
The property-man's shooting-irons are all out of kilter, too.
Kilter wiped the blood from his face and the sweat from his body with a flannel, and placed the neck of a bottle to his mouth.
We've had some reports that some of the government machines are out of kilter, and I'd like you to go over them for me.
Your whole mental and moral and physical and spiritual system must be out of kilter, my child.
The truth is, I have never got over the last influenza yet, and am miserably out of heart and out of kilter.