Skiting



verb (used without object), skited, skiting. Australian.
1.
to boast; brag.
verb
1.
(intransitive) to slide or slip, as on ice
2.
(transitive) to strike with a sharp or glancing blow
noun
3.
an instance of sliding or slipping
4.
a sharp or glancing blow
5.
(Scot & Irish) on the skite, on a skite, on a drinking spree
verb (intransitive)
1.
to boast
noun
2.
boastful talk
3.
a person who boasts

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