un quilted

quilted

[kwil-tid]
adjective
1.
resembling a quilt, as in texture, design, stitching, etc.
2.
padded, filled, or stitched in the manner of a quilt.

Origin:
1525–35; quilt + -ed2

unquilted, adjective
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Word Origin & History

quilt
c.1300, "mattress with soft lining," from Anglo-Fr. quilte, O.Fr. cuilte "quilt, mattress" (12c.), from L. culcita "mattress," of unknown origin. Sense of "thick outer bed covering" is first recorded 1596. The verb is 1555, from the noun.
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