Definition of kilted in English:

kilted

adjective

  • See kilt

    • ‘Tourists are piped on to the train by a young kilted boy on the platform as steam gathers into clouds which float gently overhead.’
    • ‘There was some marvelous upstaging by a crazed and kilted Scotsman.’
    • ‘Tradition is never far from the hereditary monarch whose morning routine includes having her kilted piper play a selection of tunes on the bagpipes beneath her window.’
    • ‘By the time you read this, I will have Stripped the Willow and done the best approximation I can to the Dashing White Sergeant, as I ring out the old century with fellow kilted revellers in St Andrews.’
    • ‘I think Papa's tale involved a fight; perhaps that's where he and his buddies teased some kilted Scotsmen and found out why they were called the ladies from hell.’

Pronunciation

kilted

/ˈkɪltɪd/