The wilts Regiment (some companies of which are brigaded with us) lost several men and an officer.
wilts, who was borne as he was wont to say 'in the first Olympiad,' scil.
The production of pebbles from the gravels of wilts, or of a specimen gatepost or millstone would at once settle this question.
With all their faylings, wilts cannot shew two such brothers.
Prevention is many miles better than cure; good, honest miles, too, measured over the stony hillsides of wilts!
Forman was born at Quidham, a village near Wilton, in wilts, in 1552.
wiltshire cheese, in the form of “wilts truckles,” may be described as small Cheddars, the weight being usually about 16 ℔.
Many have heard of the Demon of Tedworth, in the county of wilts, in the year 1661.
Nice teeth and eyes, cold English style in daytime but wilts rapidly in the moonlight.
Also the name of a manufacturing town on the Avon, in wilts.
1690s, probably an alteration of welk "to wilt," probably from Middle Dutch or Middle Low German welken "to wither," cognate with Old High German irwelhen "become soft." Related: Wilted; wilting.