Definitions

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  • noun One who jilts another.

Etymologies

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Examples

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

    Something New

  • Do you want to be rude and vindictive, thereby proving that the jilter made the right choice?

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Miss Hampton had been jilted years ago, Martha said, and the name of the jilter was David Armstrong.

    Danny's Own Story

  • Claire, treacherously and spitefully informed, by her successful rival, of the fact that she has been jilted, and shortly afterwards confronted with the jilter himself, recovers, as it seems to her, to the company, and I suppose to the author, the whip-hand by summoning the ironmaster

    A History of the French Novel, Vol. 2 To the Close of the 19th Century

  • LeBron James, jilter and betrayer of all that is New York basketball, was supposed to be rattled by the jeers, overwhelmed by the moment.

    NY Daily News

  • LeBron James, jilter and betrayer of all that is New York basketball, was supposed to be rattled by the jeers, overwhelmed by the moment.

    NY Daily News

  • Now regarding what you gain by using S-Video for VHS tapes, the answer is simply: Less colour bleed, better overall colours, and in some cases even less jilter.

    VideoHelp.com Forum

  • Now regarding what you gain by using S-Video for VHS tapes, the answer is simply: Less colour bleed, better overall colours, and in some cases even less jilter.

    VideoHelp.com Forum

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