Thesaurus / stilt

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Later, we experimented on many oological varieties, especially Stilt's and Avocet's eggs.

The stilt (Himantopus candidus) may be described as a sandpiper on red stilts.

Now, as every stilt walker knows, it is impossible to stay motionless on stilts.

A Little Florida LadyDorothy C. Paine

But he said he would do his best to run out the remainder on a stilt.

The speed that the stilt walkers attain is easily explained.

When stilt prolegs unite so as to form only one leg bifid at its apex.

One of the greatest follies ever introduced was the chopine, a sort of stilt which increased the height of the wearer.

The Evolution of FashionFlorence Mary Gardiner

The first part of their performance, the ball rolling, the stilt walking and bicycle riding, went off very well.

The Crimson FlashRoy J. Snell

In firing, the pottery is sometimes placed on a stilt but this is not absolutely necessary.

The Potter's CraftCharles F. Binns

The Captain had reddish-brown, stilt hair, that he wore short upon his skull.

The Prussian OfficerD. H. Lawrence

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