verb (used with object), skiffled, skiffling.
knob (def 7).
a jazz style of the 1920s deriving from blues, ragtime, and folk music, played by bands made up of both standard and improvised instruments.
a style of popular music developed in England during the 1950s, deriving from hillbilly music and rock-‘n’-roll, and played on a heterogeneous group of instruments, as guitar, washboard, ceramic jug, washtub, and kazoo.
a style of popular music of the 1950s, played chiefly on guitars and improvised percussion instruments
(Ulster, dialect) a drizzle: a skiffle of rain
noun 1. the act or sport of gliding on skis. noun, plural skis or, sometimes, ski. 1. one of a pair of long, slender runners made of wood, plastic, or metal used in gliding over snow. 2. water ski. verb (used without object), skied, skiing. 3. to travel on skis, as for sport. verb (used […]
noun 1. a sport in which a skier is pulled over snow or ice, generally by a horse. noun 1. a sport in which a skier is pulled over snow or ice, usually by a horse
noun 1. a snow-covered chute or slide at the side of a hill or built up on top of the hill, the base of the chute having a horizontal ramp that enables a skier to speed down the chute, take off at the end of the ramp, and land further down the hill. 2. a […]
noun 1. a competitive event, included in the Nordic combined, in which a skier jumps from a ski jump, often traveling 230 to 300 feet (70 to 90 meters) in the air, with scores being based on both the skier’s form and the distance of the jump.