kilt kilt  /ˈkɪlt/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a knee-length pleated tartan skirt worn by men as part of the traditional dress in the Highlands of northern Scotland

Usage(s):

  1. Canadian Army women may skirl bagpipesbut not in kilts that show the knees.
  2. Purists who insist that kilts are worn by menand what the other sex wears is pleated skirtsmay be upset to learn that the world's biggest manufacturer of kilts sells.
  3. For this fall, it will come fused with the kilt, with kick pleats to add greater movement.

News

  1. Debbie Little at Monticello

    Best Bet: Haroun Hanover (12th) FIRST: mile; pace; $2500; cond 5 See You Smile (JDevaux) 1-8-6 5-2 1 High Point (KDibenedetto) 2-6-7 4-1 6 Tilt Ya Kilt N (GAnnaloro) 2-4-6 8-1 2 Littlebettor (CStratton) 7-nf-6 12-1 3 Destinys Calling (MMerton) 6-8-8 9-2 4 Bull Rush (JTaggartJr) 4-3-7 7-2 7 Jazz...
    on June 18, 2013     Source: New York Post

  2. Top Story

    Please login to view the requested resource. John Clem is Biblically accurate in retelling that the men attempting to stone the adulteress were challenged by Jesus to examine their own lives (“ Jesus Wouldn’t Care About Titled Kilt , ” May 31)....
    on June 17, 2013     Source: The Harrisonburg Daily News-Record

  3. Clarksville woman selected for 2014 Tilted Kit calendar

    Alicia Beth Vaillencourt of Clarksville has been selected as a National 2014 Tilted Kilt Calendar Girl. Hundreds of Kilt Girls across the country were narrowed down to 50 which were then voted on by the public, resulting in the top 12 selected for the calendar by popular vote.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Tennessean

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Quotes

  1. "As of right now, we're not going to Martinsville," Bodine said. "We don't have a sponsor, and if we don't have a sponsor we're not going. Hopefully we'll have some discussions with Tilted Kilt this week."
    on Mar 7, 2009 By: Todd Bodine Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "I'll even wear a kilt and shave my legs," said Van de Velde, who six years ago botched a chance for a British Open title in one of the great collapses in a major.
    on Oct 28, 2005 By: Jean Van de Velde Source: Boston Globe

  3. He asked: "What do you have to do to get help from this Scottish government? You have to put a kilt on and call yourself a clan chief. And then you can have a secret, interest-free loan, no questions asked. And here's the best bit - you don't even...
    on Jun 24, 2010 By: Iain Gray Source: BBC News

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