Did you by any chance mean slipped?
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of skip.
“Because it can be injurious, it is not designed (as Behe said, Darwin skipped the 'not beneficient' or 'not omnipotent' choices).”
“But Mr. Junkin skipped his snap to holder Matt Allen, who fumbled the ball and then took off running before he chucked an errant pass downfield — a move of pure, white-hot panic.”
“Covanta Energy Pennsylvania Town Sued Over Missed Payments Adding to the bevy of legal and financial challenges faced by Harrisburg, Pa., the company that operates the capital city's debt-laden incinerator sued the city Tuesday because o f $1.9 million in skipped loan payments.”
“Adding to the bevy of legal and financial challenges faced by Harrisburg, Pa., the company that operates the capital city's debt-laden incinerator sued the city Tuesday because of $1.9 million in skipped loan payments.”
“The combination of the two saw significant benefits such as a large reduction in skipped meals.”
“Hussain skipped bail while the jury were deliberating and is now on the run.”
“McCain skipped the vote to campaign in New Orleans.”
“The article states, “John McCain skipped close to a dozen votes on Iraq, and on at least another 10 occasions, he voted against arming and equipping the troops, providing adequate rest for the troops between deployments and for health care or other benefits for veterans.””
“The senior captain skipped away from E.J. Brown's tackle at midfield before running untouched into the end zone, pointing his left index finger high into the air.”
“In April 2008 McCain skipped voting on the Ledbetter Bill and spoke out against it.”
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