- 1Australian /NZ Boast: she did it just so that she could skite about itMore example sentences
- But having skited, it could hardly expect the hoi polloi to discern between true cash and pre-spent cash, or between capital and other spending commitments.
- And to this day he can skite to one and all that he finished within three minutes of the qualifying time plus an hour!
- The Government is out there saying how wonderful it is, skiting about its massive surplus of $5.6 billion.
- 2 [with adverbial of direction] Move quickly and forcefully, especially when glancing off a surface: rain skited off her coatMore example sentences
- Forfeiting the opportunity to send in a high ball for the heads of the giant defenders, he instead skited it across the greasy deck.
- A slight deflection from the toe of Jackie McNamara skited the ball beyond the keeper's reach.
- Show-off teenage boys with their own skates sped about the rink, skidding and skiting between more unsteady punters.
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- 1Australian /NZ A boaster.[ mid 19th century: from Scots and northern English dialect, denoting a person regarded with contempt; compare with blatherskite]More example sentences
- So I slunk back to National where there is less talk of skites and bludgers.
- If you don't get a handle on that insufferable smugness of yours, you'll grow up to be just like that name-dropping skite on the radio.
- 1.1 [mass noun] Boasting; boastfulness.More example sentences
- The thing was one long skite tape for Trump and his world of 24-carat gold taps, fawning flunkeys and too much golf.