kilted

[ kil-tid ]

adjective
  1. wearing a kilt.

  2. gathered in pleats; pleated.

Origin of kilted

1
First recorded in 1800–10; kilt + -ed3

Words Nearby kilted

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How to use kilted in a sentence

  • The kilted Massage Man is here to make those of you born with a Yoni a very special offer.

    The Last Erotic Massage | Arianne Cohen | May 21, 2009 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • The bugle sounded, and the red-coated grenadiers and the kilted Highlanders moved steadily forward in columns.

  • They were kilted corps, probably the Argylls and the London Scottish.

    The Invasion | William Le Queux
  • But they say that he kilted his petticoats and charged with the regiment.

    A Tatter of Scarlet | S. R. Crockett
  • Vashti had kilted her gown higher and helped the two girls to pin up their short skirts.

    Major Vigoureux | A. T. Quiller-Couch
  • I was quite sorry for them, but so glad I hadn't to sit by one at the table, as I wanted only to talk to the kilted men.

    The Heather-Moon | C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson