- v. present participle of skite.
“All your blather skiting about how Obama may lose in November is pointless.”
“What wld you have done,my friend overherad them skiting and laughing about it on one of their “visits” to her flat.”
“_Girls_ -- girls mounted side and astride, girls in racing-shells and skiting motor-boats, in limousines and runabouts, in dirigibles and 'planes; -- seaside, mountain and prairie girls; house-boat, hunting and skating girls; even a vivid parlor variety -- all conventional, colorful and unsigned.”
“I saw you in town this morning, skiting about, from pillar to post, and says I to myself,”
“There is no need of wiping one's tail, said Gargantua, but when it is foul; foul it cannot be, unless one have been a-skiting; skite then we must before we wipe our tails.”
“Was a report in media about the israeli PM speaking to IDF and media, and skiting about how he controlled the agenda of the US, by calling Bush out of a public talk-show to get him to make Rice abstain from the UN vote.”
“After skiting Mumbai for 116, the Daredevils scored 118 for three with seven balls to spare.”
“There is no need of wiping one’s tail, said Gargantua, but when it is foul; foul it cannot be, unless one have been a-skiting; skite then we must before we wipe our tails.”
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