- v. Simple past tense and past participle of skim.
- adj. used of milk and milk products from which the cream has been removed
“My feeling is he wanted to pay for the state's budget so something can be skimmed from the top.”
“Here is the challenge, let's see how much money has been wasted over the years in downtown Aurora and how much has been skimmed from the rest of the city into TIF projects that would really never pass TIF criteria!”
“These funds where skimmed from the every years budget for all years Griffin was Administrator.”
“As the fin skimmed past Bowman, we saw this shark was longer than the kayak.”
“Sir Nutcombe's reply was, Yes, a good deal of the cream has already been skimmed from the milk jug.”
“His managers lived, rent-free, with salaries commensurate to ability, in five — and ten-thousand-dollar houses — but they were the cream of specialists skimmed from the continent from the Atlantic to the Pacific.”
““After years of tap water, I’d finally had enough of drinking water that tasted like it had been skimmed from the pool of the local YMCA.””
“We were treated with coffee, and milk, sour milk (or leben), but not skimmed, which is considered a great luxury, and only presented to strangers of consequence.”
“I usually 'fess up at some point that I technically "skimmed" the book, but details like that don't seem to bother teenagers.”
“Drinking whole fat milk and eating ice cream appears to be better for women trying to become pregnant than a diet consisting of low-fat dairy products such as skimmed milk and yoghurt, according to new research published in Europe's leading reproductive medicine journal, Human Reproduction.”
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