kiltie

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kil·tie

 (kĭl′tē)
n.
1. One who wears a kilt.
2. A shoe having a fringed tongue that flaps over the instep.
3. The tongue of such a shoe.

kiltie

(ˈkɪltɪ)
n
dialect Scot someone wearing a kilt, esp a soldier

kilt•ie

(ˈkɪl ti)

n.
1. a person who wears a kilt, esp. a member of a regiment in which the kilt is worn as part of the dress uniform.
2. a sports shoe with a fringed tongue that flaps over the lacing.
3. the tongue of such a shoe.
[1835–45]
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RICHARD Kilty has ruled himself out of contention for a second world title over 60 metres after injury brought an early end to his indoor season.
Kilty did not immediately give a reason for his withdrawal, but tweeted yesterday: "Gutted to call my indoor season a day .
Paisley's Kilty Kilty,The Kelburn Bar in Barrhead and BarVaria at intu Braehead have been shortlisted in the Best Bar None Scotland National Awards 2017-18.
RICHARD Kilty has plenty of reasons - some more painful than others - for wanting to embrace his underdog status as he aims to regain the world indoor title on home soil.
BThe jury is out for sprinter Richard Kilty after asking if his wedding pictures have captured one or two.
Production of the calendar, formerly handled by the Anglican Journal, will now be overseen by Trina Gallop Blank, director of communications and stewardship of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Canada (ELCIC) and Meghan Kilty, director of communication and information resources for the Anglican Church of Canada.
Richard Kilty insists Britain's sprint stars can target relay gold in Rio this summer - now they have put their feud to bed.
TWO years ago Richard Kilty was sprinting's secret agent.
RICHARD KILTY was denied a British record by the wind in the 150m - and vowed to be a 200m challenger in Rio.
RICHARD KILTY has spoken of his "heartbreak" at the tainted state of athletics and cast doubt on whether the 100 metres will be a fair contest at the World Championships.
The sprint relay team of Richard Kilty, Birchfield Harrier Danny Talbot, James Ellington and Andy Robertson clocked a championship record and European lead of 38.
But Richard Kilty will face stiff opposition in the men's 100m from compatriots Adam Gemili and Chijindu Ujah as well as veteran Kim Collins.