tilt at

tilt at

v.
1. To charge or thrust at someone or something with lance or sword: The knight tilted at his opponent.
2. To fight against someone or something: The protesters were tilting at social injustices.
See also: tilt
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Supporting Tilt at the upcoming night will be another reinvigorated legend - Grace AKA Dominique Atkins.
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