[ UK /tˈɪld/ ]
turned or stirred by plowing or harrowing or hoeing
tilled land ready for seed
How To Use tilled In A Sentence
- We believe that this directly relates to reality programming that has been instilled in our race since its conception.
- Distilled in the old Irish tradition this pure pot still single malt whiskey uses only the most natural Irish ingredients of barley and fresh spring water.
- Aggie and her husband Pat were farming people who tilled the land, harvested the crops and raised livestock.
- He carefully draped it over Ramirez, and soon the warmth from the luxuriant fur stilled his chattering teeth and banished the damp.
- Ten days of frenzied reporting had not been stilled by increasingly angry Downing Street statements.
- The port is from Frey zinfandel grapes and the added brandy is distilled in a certified organic distillery from Frey chenin blanc grapes.
- Sure enough, the tremor of his voice instilled fear but something within felt familiar with his malevolent aura.
- If you do use a portable humidifier (approximately 1 to 2 gallon tanks), be sure to empty its tank every day and refill with distilled or demineralized water, or even fresh tap water if the other types of water are unavailable.
- That is an attitude and a behaviour that he instilled over many years because they had success through that. Times, Sunday Times
- The label reveals that it is distilled four times and has 5.5% more alcohol than the cheaper own-labels.