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kiltie

Syllabification: kilt·ie
Pronunciation: /ˈkiltē
 
/
(also kilty)

Definition of kiltie in English:

noun

1 informal A person who wears a kilt (often used as a humorous or slightly derogatory term for a Scot).
Example sentences
  • And there is an inclusiveness and raw determination about them that is worth more than any number of caber-tossing kilties and bagpipe bands.
2A casual or sports shoe with a fringed tongue that covers the lacing: a pair of suede kilties
More example sentences
  • Method for maintaining the appearance and integrity of kilties that adorn men's and women's dress shoes.
  • For those who don't know, shoes with kilties are well-and-truly back in style.

Words that rhyme with kiltie

guilty, silty

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