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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of skite.


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  • An as he skellied intae the white bleeze, a troop o droid surveillance puggies advanced in heelstergowdie formation alang the corridor roof, skited by owre his heid an wi a clatter o mettalic cleuks, skittered awa eastwards doon the shadowy vennel.

    Archive 2004-09-01

  • Ray suspected Angelique had indeed blinked and missed it when she skited through the place at speed, as though having forgotten that she was imminently about to run out of road.

    A Big Boy Did It and Ran Away

  • Pa cross over by the drug store in a sort of a hurry, and I could see a girl going by with a water-proof on, but she skited right along and Pa looked kind of solemn, the way he does when I ask him for new clothes.

    Peck's Bad Boy and His Pa 1883

  • So he looked at Kaylajan and Kurajan and skited in his bag-trousers.

    Arabian nights. English

  • At this time all five were awake, and as each one arose before his companions he sensed a somewhat soft below him and putting forth his hand felt his bum bewrayed [FN#346] with the stuff, and said to his neighbour, "Ho, such an one, I have skited!" and the other said, "We have skited."

    Arabian nights. English

  • After he had been shrouded he skited; [FN#460] so the grey-beard renewed the washing and went away to make the Wuzu-ablution, whilst all the folk departed to do likewise, before the orisons of the funeral.

    Arabian nights. English

  • - Not watch telly – bruno skited to me for ages before we came about how swissies don‘t watch telly.

    travelogue 1.0


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