But what makes me sick is to have everyone saying you've jilted me.
But I hope the poor man, though I don't like him, has not been jilted?
She jilted him with a jolt that knocked his heart out of his mouth.
He had become engaged to a certain Miss Mary Tremenhere, and by her he had been—jilted.
It was said truly of him that the girl had jilted him, but falsely of her that ...