For a jilted beauty queen, Fernandez, the current Miss Universe, seemed to be enjoying herself immensely.
Never married and approaching 40, his last long-term relationship ended in a jilted bride and returned registry items.
Ted got jilted at the altar, lost his job, and started his own architecture firm.
A jilted and possessive ex-lover who was jealous because Le was about to be married to another man?
The Kafranbel posters have jilted both the regime and the rising tide of al-Qaeda affiliated Islamists inside Syria.
It is too ridiculous that such a girl as Thomasin could so mortify us as to get jilted on the wedding day.
But what makes me sick is to have everyone saying you've jilted me.
The poet was jilted, went through the usual despairs, and resorted to the not unusual sources of consolation.
She jilted him with a jolt that knocked his heart out of his mouth.
Grant Atherwald jilted his bride, or was spirited away by persons unknown.
"to deceive (especially after holding out hopes), cheat, trick," 1660s, from the same source as jilt (n.). Related: Jilted; jilting.
1670s, "loose, unchaste woman; harlot;" also "woman who gives hope then dashes it," perhaps ultimately from Middle English gille "lass, wench," a familiar or contemptuous term for a woman or girl (mid-15c.), originally a shortened form of woman's name Gillian (see Jill).