The neglected flower wilted in its vase.
The beautiful chrystanthemum had wilted.
Without water, the flowers will wilt.
The air was so humid, I thought I would wilt. The humidity made the flowers quickly wilt.
If the flower does not get water, it will wilt.
The verb in the sentence is: will wiltThe main verb is 'wilt'.The modal auxiliary verb is 'will', which shows us the sentence is about the future.
The governor's peruke seemed to wilt in the hot sun.
When the turgor pressure is low in a plant it will start to slouch and wilt.
Both "thee" and "thou" replace the word "you" in our current version of English. In general, use "thou" when "you" is the subject of the sentence and use "thee" when "you" is the indirect object or the receiver of the action in the sentence. Here are a few examples: 1) You are happy. = Thou art happy. (The "are" changes to "art") 2) He will help you. = He will help thee. 3) You will toss the ball to me. = Thou wilt toss the ball to me. (The "will" changes to "wilt") 4) I will toss the ball to you. = I will toss the ball to thee.
Wilt Chamberlain nick name was Wilt The Stilt
Wilt the Stilt Wilt the stilt.
Wilt "the Stilt", "Goliath", and his favorite, "The Big Dipper" were his nicknames."Wilt the Stilt" or "The Big Dipper"
Looks like the others have wilted away in the heat.