jilted

[ UK /d‍ʒˈɪltɪd/ ]
[ US /ˈdʒɪɫtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. rebuffed (by a lover) without warning
    jilted at the altar
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How To Use jilted In A Sentence

  • After the smoke cleared, it was discovered that Captain Henry had jilted the rest and made off with most of the booty.
  • The story of what and who can be found on a beach takes in characters such as models, lifeguards, and a girl who has jilted her fiancé.
  • Frank Sinatra: Being jilted is one of life’s most painful experiences. Scripting News for 12/2/2006 « Scripting News Annex
  • Her jilted boyfriend has sworn revenge on her new husband.
  • Except his jilted ex Priya isn't the sort to take defeat easily. The Sun
  • Never mind that the producers had two perfectly solid options in jilted Bachelorette suitors Reid (that lovable neurotic germaphobe) or Kiptyn (less lovable, but at least he isn’t Jake), but no, they had to go with the guy who looks most like a Ken doll, and who — let’s face it — is going to be easiest to manipulate. Jake is the new Bachelor. What, was a box of rocks not available? | EW.com
  • His sudden voice had jilted me from the conversation Duhze and I were having.
  • The bus continued its jilted stop-start progression through the streets of Northern London and my eyes wandered again.
  • Like jilted lovers, troubled churches are prone to marry on the rebound. Christianity Today
  • Students use it to research their papers, jilted lovers use it to stalk their exes - and journalists use it for just about everything.
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