Definition of Wilton noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

Wilton

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a type of carpet made of loops of wool which are cut to produce a thick, even surface. Wilton carpets are usually plain, but some have patterns of different colours. They were first made in Wilton, a town in Wiltshire, England.