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verb as in slide against will

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Hot streaks or losing skids would also have more impact for teams playing fewer games.

As they ended their skid, the Hoyas saw some trends turn in their favor.

A child was killed when one of its 737s skidded off a runway in Chicago in icy conditions and struck a car.

Behind them, in the far east corner of the square, large armored vans skidded and screeched their way out.

He said he spotted a deer in the road but it was too late—the minister swerved to miss it and the car skidded out.

Last December a Continental 737 taking off from Denver aborted at the last second and, in icy conditions, skidded into a ravine.

The revolver cracked, the piece of wood skidded on the surface of the water and there was no splash.

He skidded and fell, and had to run at a slower pace to keep his footing.

Lester flopped heavily, and skidded across the bottom of the 'drome.

Too late; the wide-winged fighter skidded like a motorbus on a greasy road and fell into the clouds sideways.

Then the motors shut off, and Mac skidded several feet up the ladder.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to skidded, such as: swerve, glide, drift, slip, veer, and sheer.

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