Definition for quilted (2 of 2)
verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of quilt
Examples from the Web for quilted
That fuzzy voice which was so foreign three nights ago suddenly felt like a quilted hug.YouTube’s Sleep Whisperers Are A Sexy Way To Combat Insomnia|Lizzie Crocker|May 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The image published in the Time showed Smith, photographed from above, lying on a quilted bed while a nurse helped pose her body.
Luxury Goods Prices Soar: Believe it or not, the price of a quilted Chanel bag has increased by 70 percent since 2009.Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Set a Wedding Date; Luxury Goods Prices Soar|The Fashion Beast Team|March 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And his fall collection was, indeed, one of his best, with his quilted ponchos and slightly beaten-up knits.
The simplest type of parallel world Greene describes is called the quilted multiverse.
They are doubled, and quilted with thread of the same cotton.
Here is a suitable garb, a quilted and padded coat—a trifle large for thee, perhaps, yet 'tis better to err on the generous side.The Winning of the Golden Spurs|Percy F. Westerman
The blanket stitch is a favourite for working the edge of flannel skirts or quilted covers.The Library of Work and Play: Needlecraft|Effie Archer Archer
He pulled on a quilted tunic of embroidered red silk, its padding stuffed with linen.The Saracen: The Holy War|Robert Shea
Upon this sheet or towel comes a quilted coverlet of the same size, and a sort of cushion stuffed with feathers.
British Dictionary definitions for quilted
Word Origin for quilt
Word Origin and History for quilted (1 of 2)
c.1300, "mattress with soft lining," from Anglo-French quilte, Old French cuilte, coute "quilt, mattress" (12c.), from Latin culcita "mattress, bolster," of unknown origin. Sense of "thick outer bed covering" is first recorded 1590s.