adjective, skid·di·er, skid·di·est.
Examples from the Web for skiddy
He never realized before how many irons Mrs. Skiddy had daily in the fire.Ruth Hall|Fanny Fern
Skiddy made the conception clearer, and promised him immunity if he would make a clean breast of it.
The roads were sleety and skiddy, and required careful driving.The Cup of Fury|Rupert Hughes
Skiddy descended from the dais and became an ordinary human being again.
Skiddy next sought out Mr. Thacher, the other half of the bar, and directed him to defend the prisoner.