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  • n. One who is jilted.


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jilt +‎ -ee


  • There is a lot to be said for maintaining your dignity in the face of disaster whether you are the jilter or the jiltee.

    Something New

  • There is, you will be relieved to hear, a service (available online) that will write the letter, make the call, even meet the jiltee on your behalf.

    Archive 2004-02-01

  • The play's title comes from a tirade by one of the husbands, a potential jiltee: The New York idea of marriage.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Green Hornet jiltee Seth Rogen probably won't succeed

    Gawker: Defamer

  • Maybe Bachelor jiltee Melissa Rycroft brought the ratings momentum with her, or maybe America is as obsessed with jailbird Lil 'Kim's ballroom dancing as I am.

    Entertainment Weekly's Hollywood Insider

  • (because saying things like this, along with chopping off your hair and abruptly dropping 15 pounds, is the job of the jiltee -- though presumably Milonas was too occupied by her new baby to indulge in such cliches). -


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