Keith had me do this as I skittered across the gym like a giraffe at watering hole.
But as it skittered and bounced like a tumble weed down the trail, she suddenly changed her mind and darted after it again.
I skittered off toward the door to the stage, because that was the easiest direction.
I skittered those fat worms on the surface, and dropped them down to the bottom.
He skittered on all fours till he reached the middle of the path.
Bobby liked to watch the brisk puffs as they hit, spread in a fan-shaped ruffle of dark water and skittered away.
They skittered across the floor, one of them slipping through the heating-grating.
John skittered to the far corner, tearing new holes in the old newspaper with frantic claws.
She was shrieking, laughing as she skittered past him, clutching a gleaming gold helmet.
He ducked into a side alley and skittered down a flight of stone steps.
"to run rapidly," 1845, frequentative of skite "to dart, run quickly" (1721), perhaps from a Scandinavian source (cf. Old Norse skjota "to shoot, launch, move quickly, avoid (a blow)," or Norwegian dialectal skutla "glide rapidly"); see skittish. As a noun from 1905.
To move about rapidly; scamper: where the poor skitter around the doll's house on the hill like so many rats among garbage (1845+)