a person or thing that skims.
a shallow utensil, usually perforated, used in skimming liquids.
any of several gull-like birds of the family Rynchopidae, that skim the water with the elongated lower mandible immersed while in search of food.
a stiff, wide-brimmed hat with a shallow flat crown, usually made of straw.
a woman’s A-line dress with side darts that shape it slightly to the body.
a person or thing that skims
any of several mainly tropical coastal aquatic birds of the genus Rhynchops, having long narrow wings and a bill with an elongated lower mandible for skimming food from the surface of the water: family Rynchopidae, order Charadriiformes
a flat perforated spoon used for skimming fat from liquids
verb (used with object), skimmed, skimming. 1. to take up or remove (floating matter) from the surface of a liquid, as with a spoon or ladle: to skim the cream from milk. 2. to clear (liquid) thus: to skim milk. 3. to move or glide lightly over or along (a surface, as of water): The […]
noun 1. a type of short, rounded surfboard used for riding in shallow water. noun 1. a type of surfboard, shorter than standard and rounded at both ends verb 2. (intransitive) to surf on a skimboard
noun, Slang. 1. a womanizer. skip tracer
noun 1. the part of a gown, dress, slip, or coat that extends downward from the waist. 2. a one-piece garment extending downward from the waist and not joined between the legs, worn especially by women and girls. 3. some part resembling or suggesting the skirt of a garment, as the flared lip of a […]