skid[ skid ]SEE DEFINITION OF skid
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SKID
The skid at which he had pointed was loaded with cases of M504 submachine guns.
Why, man alive, Skid's one of the chaps that's runnin' your old gent's trust.
They're givin' a farewell dinner dance for her, and Skid is on the list.
"I'm getting twenty-five a week," says Skid, lookin' him straight between the eyes.
Skid he flushes some behind the ears; but he only bows and says he's much obliged.
When the airship came to turn a corner it was apt to “skid.”
He looked after the trainmen, then emerged and mounted a skid way.
Round iron or half-round iron should not be used, as these are liable to skid.
Still, she need not skid his wheels or put stones in his path.
Forgot what I said about checking a skid just now, didn't you?