- v. Simple past tense and past participle of skid.
“Coins skidded off her scalp, her shoulders, and clattered against the pavement.”
“And my guess was that it landed and kind of skidded up and smashed into that hill.”
“The best guess I have is that it landed, and then kind of skidded off the runway, or something like that.”
“He Cordry kind of skidded along the northbound median and then... was thrown into oncoming traffic from the southbound lane.”
“But anyway, I don't think he even read who the officers were; he just kind of skidded by it.”
“The area was an early "skid row," a term said to have originated in Seattle, where, as in Vancouver, logs were "skidded" along roads to sawmills.”
“Any way, I'll give five pounds for the pair, "and to my horror, and before I could stay him, he took out five sovereigns, and" skidded "them along the matted floor towards the chief, a particularly irascible young man named Asi (Sandalwood).”
“In Paris, shares of Hermes International skidded 4.8% after LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton denied speculation that the luxury giant would launch a takeover bid.”
“In PARIS , shares of Hermes International skidded 4.8% after LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton denied speculation that the luxury giant would launch a takeover bid.”
“They skidded across the floor of that cavern and spun to a stop, leaving chaotic score marks.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘skidded’.
Words that sound like what they mean, but they're not *technically* onomatopoetic.
(another edit: this list is morphing into something I can't quite describe. But I still like it.)
City of Bones By. Cassandra Claire
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