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kilt

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes
ldoce_183_bkiltkilt /kɪlt/ noun [countable]  DCCa type of thick skirt made of tartan (=material with a pattern of lines and squares) that is traditionally worn by Scottish menkilted adjective
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kiltHer brother, jovial Fabio Sementilli, reinvented his models with gusto while clad in a kilt.Fergus Urvill was on the other side of the bed, dressed in a kilt, shirt and waistcoat.Alastair was a tall, handsome man, who would have looked very good striding over the heather in a kilt.Clans, kilts, and tartans were explained.Then he climbed the steps to his bedroom, stripping off his kilt, and lay down stiffly.Pulling on a sweater and wrapping my long kilt around me, I made my way towards Sheikha Grandmother's house.Madonna has even ordered bodyguards to check under people's kilts for hidden cameras.He entered the station and walked down towards the trains, kilt swinging, leaflets tucked beneath his jacket.
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