Skeeter



noun, Informal.
1.
mosquito.
sked

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  • Skeeting

    verb (used with object), Southern U.S. and British Dialect. 1. to spit (saliva or a mouthful of other liquid) from the mouth, especially between the teeth. 2. to splash; spray: Skeet some cold water on your face to cool off. noun 1. a form of clay-pigeon shooting in which targets are hurled from two traps […]

  • Skeeve

    noun 1. Also, skeever. an immoral or repulsive person. verb (used with object) 2. to cause disgust in (often followed by out): This place is so full of mold that it really skeeves me out. 3. to be disgusted by: people who skeeve public restrooms. verb (used without object) 4. to cause disgust or feel […]



  • Skeeved

    noun 1. Also, skeever. an immoral or repulsive person. verb (used with object) 2. to cause disgust in (often followed by out): This place is so full of mold that it really skeeves me out. 3. to be disgusted by: people who skeeve public restrooms. verb (used without object) 4. to cause disgust or feel […]

  • Skeevy

    adjective, skeevier, skeeviest. Slang. 1. not respectable; immoral. 2. slovenly and disgusting; repulsive. adjective disgusting or distasteful; nasty, sleazy Examples Some say Wal-mart and other big box stores are skeevy operations. Word Origin from Italian schifo ‘disgust’ Usage Note US skedaddle



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