skip

Part of speech: verb

To jump lightly over; pass over; omit; caper; spring.

Part of speech: noun

A light bound.

Part of speech: noun

A passing over without notice.

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Usage examples "skip":

  1. He had his back to them, and there was no time to skip back into Jenkins' own room, for the two had already passed it. - "Five Little Peppers at School", Margaret Sidney.
  2. " Here's the time to skip," he whispered. - "Men, Women, and Boats", Stephen Crane.
  3. I'll try to get the skip out as soon as possible, and you can trust me to stop more logs getting away, for my own sake. - "The Girl From Keller's Sadie's Conquest", Harold Bindloss.