[ kwil-tid ]
/ ˈkwɪl tɪd /


resembling a quilt, as in texture, design, stitching, etc.
padded, filled, or stitched in the manner of a quilt.

Origin of quilted

First recorded in 1525–35; quilt + -ed2

Related forms

un·quilt·ed, adjective

Definition for quilted (2 of 2)


[ kwilt ]
/ kwɪlt /


verb (used with object)

verb (used without object)

to make quilts or quilted work.

Origin of quilt

1250–1300; Middle English quilte < Old French cuilte < Latin culcita mattress, cushion

Related forms

quilt·er, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for quilted


/ (kwɪlt) /


a thick warm cover for a bed, consisting of a soft filling sewn between two layers of material, usually with crisscross seams
a bedspread or counterpane
anything quilted or resembling a quilt

verb (tr)

Derived Forms

quilter, noun

Word Origin for quilt

C13: from Old French coilte mattress, from Latin culcita stuffed item of bedding
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