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Words nearby skied
Definition for skied (2 of 4)
Definition for skied (3 of 4)
noun, plural skis or, sometimes, ski.
verb (used without object), skied, ski·ing.
verb (used with object), skied, ski·ing.
Origin of ski
OTHER WORDS FROM skiski·a·ble, adjective
Definition for skied (4 of 4)
noun, plural skies. Often skies (for defs 1–4).
verb (used with object), skied or skyed, sky·ing.
Origin of sky
OTHER WORDS FROM skysky·less, adjectivesky·like, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for skied
Miller, a former "bad boy" who in 2006 said on "60 Minutes" that he skied drunk, is now 36 and a multi-medaled Olympic veteran.
In a 2005 Bormio, Italy downhill he lost a ski off a jump at over 60mph, stayed up, and skied the rest of the course.The Can't-Miss Sochi Showdown: Bode Miller And Ted Ligety|Jake Bright|February 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Schumacher had played by the rules, wore a helmet, skied in pairs—but such precautions only help so much.Brain Bleed: Why Michael Schumacher’s Helmet Wasn’t Enough|Dr. Anand Veeravagu, MD, Tej Azad|January 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Skied three days on the daisies (and a bit of snow) and then left for the hot glorious desert, horses, tennis, swimming.Leonard Bernstein Asked About Hemingway, So Martha Gellhorn Set the Record Straight|Leonard Bernstein, Martha Gellhorn|October 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Embraced the snow and skied on a perfectly powdered mountain?Daily Beast Readers, Send Us Your Vacation Photos!||February 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Such pictures were diligently "skied" by hanging committees, and a few hundred dollars was deemed a good price.Through Our Unknown Southwest|Agnes C. Laut
They kick-turned and skied back from the sides of the cornice.The Thirst Quenchers|Rick Raphael
She had skied over many of the trails of Kettle, but none of them had had "jumps" as difficult as this.Highacres|Jane Abbott
Cautiously, she skied down the trail, finding its frozen surface treacherous, and scarcely familiar.Behind the Green Door|Mildred A. Wirt
The score was a hundred and twenty when Mike, who had just reached his fifty, skied one to Strachan at cover.Mike|P. G. Wodehouse
British Dictionary definitions for skied (1 of 4)
British Dictionary definitions for skied (2 of 4)
British Dictionary definitions for skied (3 of 4)
noun plural skis or ski
- one of a pair of wood, metal, or plastic runners that are used for gliding over snow. Skis are commonly attached to shoes for sport, but may also be used as landing gear for aircraft, etc
- (as modifier)a ski boot
verb skis, skiing, skied or ski'd
Derived forms of skiskiable, adjectiveskier, nounskiing, noun
Word Origin for ski
British Dictionary definitions for skied (4 of 4)
noun plural skies
verb skies, skying or skied
Derived forms of skyskylike, adjective
Word Origin for sky
Scientific definitions for skied
Idioms and Phrases with skied
In addition to the idiom beginning with sky
, also see
- blow sky-high
- out of a clear blue sky
- pie in the sky
reach for the sky.