from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Chiefly Southern U.S. See mosquito. See Regional Note at possum.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. mosquito
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A mosquito.
Above the skeeter was a sparkling; the skeeter lurched.
Personnel from MacDill Air Force Base picked up the drone, which is known as a skeeter and is used for military target practice.
When the 'skeeter's ceased from troublin' and the fly is chilled to death,
Malaria comes from 'skeeter bites and' skeeters is bugs!
Yes | No | Report from countitandone wrote 25 weeks 4 days ago oh yeah ~ wearing my beige crocs while on the water (pontoon) has made an uncomfortable task (water skeeter fins) comfortable.
Yes | No | Report from MLH wrote 33 weeks 1 day ago skeeter.
Sounds like a great time of year ... although do I see a skeeter in the first image?
Pete - possibly a skeeter, although I think more likely dust on my lens (yes, it happens).
I have neverdone anthing on that scale, but I have burned three horseflies out of the air with a can of skeeter spray and a BiC lighter.
I wonder if we build up some immunity to skeeter bites - seems the first one of the year is always the worst.
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