This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word jilted
jilted, rejected, spurned(adj)
rebuffed (by a lover) without warning
"jilted at the altar"
"Jilted" is a popular song with music by Dick Manning and lyrics by Robert Colby, published in 1954.
Teresa Brewer recorded the biggest-selling version on December 29, 1953. This recording was released by Coral Records as catalog number 61152. It first reached the U.S. Billboard chart on April 14, 1954, lasting 9 weeks and peaking at #14 on the Best Seller chart. and #6 altogether.
Other 1954 recordings were made by Diana Decker, Red Foley and by the UK based singers Alma Cogan and Joan Regan.
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