EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SKATE
After this Tobias advanced, embraced his father, and then rubbed his eyes with the skate's liver.
When in town, they skate or walk or visit the riding-school: all good.
"You must throw that skate away," said Florent as he came up.
We live amid surfaces, and the true art of life is to skate well on them.
She learned to skate in three lessons,—and how she did it too!
If there were no fools to skate on the Serpentine, there had been no Humane Society.
You can skate on ice, but not on a sidewalk, with ice skates.
"I don't know much about how they can skate," was the reply.
"If your father says not to skate there that ought to go with you," cut in Dick.
In the meantime the sixth boy had lost a skate and dropped out.
"type of flat, cartilaginous fish, a kind of ray," mid-14c., from a Scandinavian source, cf. Old Norse skata "skate," Danish skade, Faeroese skøta, of unknown origin.