Definition of Antiskid

1. Adjective. said of a surface designed to increase friction, and thereby reduce the possibility of skid. ¹



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Definition of Antiskid

1. designed to prevent skidding [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Antiskid

antiship
antishock
antishock garment
antishocks
antishoplifting
antishopping
antisialagogue
antisickling agents
antisideric
antisigma
antisigmas
antisink
antisiphon
antiskeptic
antiskeptics
antiskid (current term)
antiskyrmion
antiskyrmions
antislave
antislaver
antislavers
antislavery
antisleep
antislip
antislippage
antismallpox
antismog
antismoke
antismoker
antismokers

Literary usage of Antiskid

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1. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Circuit Court of the United by William Powell Mason (1831)
"... of the title of a neutral vendee, acquired by a fraudulent effort to escape from her reach, when the property had never 2 Sec La. antiskid de Rues ..."

2. Managing Industrial Solid Wastes from Manufacturing, Mining, Oil and Gas by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"... Coal ash can also be used as structural fill, a soil substitute, or an antiskid material, and for mine subsidence control and other applications. ..."

3. Design and Analysis of Integrated Manufacturing Systems by W. Dale Compton (1988)
"It builds generators, alternators, voltage regulators, radiators, antiskid brake systems, and so on. Its main customer is Toyota. ..."

4. New Ways: Tiltrotor Aircraft and Magnetically Levitated Vehicles (1992)
"The power car wheelsets use electric brakes, and the trailer wheelsets use antiskid disc brakes.1 The TGVs power and adhesion, and the dedication of the ..."

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