Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


If books are 'skied' up to the ceiling they must suffer from the heated air.

They kick-turned and skied back from the sides of the cornice.

Fortunately, most of these last are "skied," which is a blessing!

Out of the worst of the wind, they skied easily back down towards the timberline.

The score was a hundred and twenty when Mike, who had just reached his fifty, skied one to Strachan at cover.

Cautiously, she skied down the trail, finding its frozen surface treacherous, and scarcely familiar.

She had skied over many of the trails of Kettle, but none of them had had "jumps" as difficult as this.

Such pictures were diligently "skied" by hanging committees, and a few hundred dollars was deemed a good price.