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skip (n):
a mistake resulting from neglect
Related Words: omission
skip (n):
a gait in which steps and hops alternate
skip (v):
bypass
Samples
He skipped a row in the text and so the sentence was incomprehensible
skip (v):
cause to skip over a surface
Samples
Skip a stone across the pond
skip (v):
bound off one point after another
skip (v):
jump lightly
Related Words: hop
skip (v):
leave suddenly
Samples
She persuaded him to decamp.
skip town
skip (v):
intentionally fail to attend
Samples
cut class
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