Definition of Kilties

1. Noun. (plural of kiltie) ¹



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Definition of Kilties

1. kilty [n] - See also: kilty

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kilties

kilowatt-hours
kilowatt hour
kilowatts
kiloyear
kiloyears
kilp
kilps
kilt
kilt pin
kilted
kilted sausage
kilted sausages
kilter
kilters
kiltie
kilties (current term)
kilting
kiltings
kiltless
kiltlike
kiltmaker
kiltmakers
kiltmaking
kilts
kilty
kimarite
kimarite-gakari
kimbap
kimberline
kimberlite

Literary usage of Kilties

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1. 88 Bis and V. I. H.: Letters from Two Hospitals by Katharine Foote (1919)
"... and kilties gave a touch of color, appearing a moment to vanish again in the gloom of the Rows. Chester is a dear place, and I 've grown very fond of it ..."

2. Defenders of Democracy by Militia of Mercy (1917)
"THE SPELL OF THE kilties WHAT made the crowds turn out in their applauding thousands in New York, Boston, Chicago, Brooklyn, and wherever the "kilties" from ..."

3. Abroad with Mark Twain and Eugene Field: Tales They Told to a Fellow by Henry William Fischer (1922)
"I heard a good one on a young Scotchman, a fellow who was always trying to show off in kilties. By the way, Andy Carnegie told me about him. ..."

4. Of Toronto the Good, a Social Study: The Queen City of Canada as it is by Christopher St. George Clark (1898)
"Mr. Stark, a retired minister, introduced a resolution condemning the Sunday parades of our volunteers, especially with the reference to the kilties' parade ..."

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