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Spell Check of tiller

Correct spelling: tiller

Definition of tiller:

  1. A small drawer; a till.
  2. One who tills; a husbandman; a cultivator.
  3. The bar or lever employed to turn the rudder of a ship.
  4. The shoot of a plant, springing from the root of the original stalk.
  5. To put forth new shoots from the original stalk.

Google Ngram Viewer results for tiller:

This graph shows how "tiller" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for tiller:

  1. In a week he could box the compass, knew the names of all the sails and most of the ropes of his craft, and had a slight notion of steering, though I'll wager he never touched a tiller in his life before. –  by
  2. She sat motionless, gray eyes remote, one little, wind- roughened hand on the tiller –  by
  3. He was seated in the stern- sheets, with a tiller rope in each hand; and steering the craft- as his elbows held a- kimbo, and the occasional motion of his arms testified. –  by

Rhymes for tiller:

  1. filler, miller, pillar, schiller, spiller, thriller, driller, piller, siller, willer, chiller, stiller, hiller, millar, biller, giller;
  2. distiller;