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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of skid.

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Examples

  • Coins skidded off her scalp, her shoulders, and clattered against the pavement.

    The Gin Closet

  • And my guess was that it landed and kind of skidded up and smashed into that hill.

    CNN Transcript Sep 16, 2007

  • The best guess I have is that it landed, and then kind of skidded off the runway, or something like that.

    CNN Transcript Sep 16, 2007

  • He Cordry kind of skidded along the northbound median and then... was thrown into oncoming traffic from the southbound lane.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • He Cordry kind of skidded along the northbound median and then... was thrown into oncoming traffic from the southbound lane.

    charles statman

  • But anyway, I don't think he even read who the officers were; he just kind of skidded by it.

    Oral History Interview with Modjeska Simkins, July 28, 1976. Interview G-0056-2. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • 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.

    Tahoe Daily Tribune - Top Stories

  • 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).

    The Call Of The South 1908

  • 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.

    Europe's Stocks Fall

  • 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.

    Europe, Asian Stocks Fall

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