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verb as in avoid, miss

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But asked to recall specific ads, the one that sticks with them says Hagan “skipped votes to go to a fundraiser.”

He was out on bail awaiting a sentencing hearing when he skipped town last.

The story gets out that Obama skipped his usual afternoon dose of caffeine heading toward the U.N. meeting.

The Moravians skipped Fourth of July celebrations for a few years after that, but they soon revived them.

They apparently skipped over some key sections, such as the New Testament.

While Norman set to work as pioneer, some skipped about in wild ecstasy, and Ethel knelt down to peer into the hole.

Stages may be skipped, several forms of delusions may become prominent in the life of the individual at about the same time.

The latter still fought desperately, losing 200 prisoners, and over 70 of his men killed or wounded, and skipped away.

Small timber they skipped, large timber they sawed high, tops they left rather than trim them into logs.

Yes; I remember now; you came home from Colorado and said hello and skipped the next morning.


On this page you'll find 60 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to skipped, such as: fly, bound, dance, scamper, skitter, and ricochet.

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