“The word skint would be an accurate description of my fiscal situation.”
“By the way, if you're wondering about the British-ism in the first sentence, "skint" is slang for "broke," as in: got no money.”
“Redknapp also observed that Portsmouth had spent "decent money" last summer, well after his departure, despite people saying that they were "skint".”
“The mother-of-four has struggled financially in recent months and said she was "skint".”
“It was claimed that after fleeing the property, Kilcullen drunkenly telephoned police and said he had carried out the attack because he was "skint".”
“He added: "I'm skint, which is entirely my own fault.”
“UK is 'skint' says Marks & Spencer's Sir Stuart Rose”
“Pasty-faced, podgy and skint, all you have to look forward to is a month of evenings contemplating the wreckage of your house, the nullity of your bank balance and the whistling of the icy winds down your Santa-free chimney.”
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