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Similar words: killergalleryrollersellerallergicdwellerstilltill nowMeaning: ['tɪlə(r)]  n. 1. a shoot that sprouts from the base of a grass 2. someone who tills land (prepares the soil for the planting of crops) 3. lever used to turn the rudder on a boat 4. a farm implement used to break up the surface of the soil (for aeration and weed control and conservation of moisture). v. grow shoots in the form of stools or tillers. 
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(1) If the tiller is industrious, the farmland is productive.
(2) Tiller moaned and managed to croak, "Help me.".
(3) Some wheats and ryes tiller freely.
(4) John Tiller led a fragmented existence at this time.
(5) Growth promoters will encourage root development and tiller survival.
(6) Both Mr and Mrs Tiller were always on the lookout for any child or woman with potential.
(7) Tiller writing the storyline still whisked his audience round the world but the comedy element was more dominant.
(8) The famous Tiller discretion was instilled into them at the same time as their routines and with equal thoroughness.
(9) Going into another troupe after being a Tiller would have been too much of a comedown.
(10) Like many dance directors he imitated the Tiller style and by undercutting could offer some work.
(11) The Tiller fame and fortune had also become an attraction for hangers-on to members of his family.
(12) He admitted taking his hand off the tiller at the group but denied any boardroom rift over strategy.
(13) They were the first of thousands of Tiller Girls who would feel like crawling home after rehearsals.
(14) Adjusting the tiller slightly, Kathy nudged the boat up against the ruler in her head.
(15) He'd put Reyes on the tiller(, figuring that the man could control it using his upper arm and elbow.
(16) Only the experienced with a long Tiller record were considered.
(17) She was gripping the tiller arm so tightly that the blood had been driven out of her knuckles.
(18) Direction is controlled by the tiller which moves the rudder, while the centreboard keeps the dinghy sailing forwards rather than sideways.
(19) Without him, the tiller man, the back end was snaking from side to side.
(20) Not these Tiller girls of course, although the most senior was performing in the forties.
(21) Steering a yacht is counter-intuitive - you push the tiller the opposite way to the way you want to go.
(22) The only situation in which I am interested at the moment is the wholly ordinary one of sitting at Joanna's tiller.
(23) He wrapped his legs round Mariana, an arm across her chest, his other hand on the tiller arm.
(24) Images taken in February will provide farmers with information on tiller numbers and, consequently, a projection of potential yield.
(25) On the other hand, she certainly didn't fancy joining Fen in the confined space between tiller and cabin.
(26) Trent met it with a slight movement of the tiller bar, and the big catamaran lifted smoothly.
(27) There was a low deckhouse amidships with an upper wheel and emergency tiller steering from a small cockpit aft.
(28) It was possible for a poor girl with talent to rise through the Tiller hierarchy.
(29) So, with a book on sailing in one hand and the tiller in the other, we began our journey.
(30) I was soaked to the skin, my hands so cold I could hardly keep hold of the tiller.
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