Definition of Skiffing

1. skiff [v] - See also: skiff



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Skiffing

skidways
skie
skied
skieldrake
skier
skier day
skiercross
skiers
skies
skiesful
skiey
skieyer
skieyest
skiff
skiffed
skiffing (current term)
skiffle
skiffle group
skiffled
skiffles
skiffless
skifflike
skiffling
skiffs
skiing
skiing race
skiings
skijor
skijored
skijorer

Literary usage of Skiffing

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1. English Poems by Walter Cochrane Bronson (1908)
"... And, oh, her mouth 's like ony hinny pear; 150 Neat, neat she was in bustine waistcoat clean, As she came skiffing o'er the dewy green. ..."

2. Arthur Hugh Clough by James Insley Osborne (1920)
"They went skiffing and walking together, breakfasted together every Sunday, and talked together about Ireland and the Corn Laws and Sir Robert Peel. ..."

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