verb (used with object)
Origin of jilt
Related formsjilt·er, nounun·jilt·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for jilted
The Kafranbel posters have jilted both the regime and the rising tide of al-Qaeda affiliated Islamists inside Syria.
Never married and approaching 40, his last long-term relationship ended in a jilted bride and returned registry items.
The right wing is like a vulnerable adolescent who has suddenly been jilted.Soviet Communism’s Collapse Left America’s Far Right Without a Real Foe|Lee Siegel|April 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And they know Newt Gingrich is nothing more than a jilted lover at this point, so they will discount his broadsides.Watch This Space: The Presidential Election Could Be Decided in NH|Mark McKinnon|January 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Seems neither of the jilted lovers plans to make it easy for the new couple.
But all the same I can't be jilted by you—for another woman.The Golden Silence|C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
"I can harp a tune so merry that a forlorn lover will forget he is jilted," said Robin.Robin Hood|J. Walker McSpadden
Harriet was in the room, this being the first time they had met since she had jilted him.Life's Little Ironies|Thomas Hardy
On hearing Roland so pictured, the curate remarked it was no wonder that he was jilted by the fair lady Angelica.The Story of Don Quixote|Arvid Paulson, Clayton Edwards, and Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
She's not the one you met here twelve years ago, who jilted you at Naples: this one wasn't out of her Fourth Reader then.A Pessimist|Robert Timsol