[ skint ]
/ skɪnt /
adjective British Slang.
having no money; penniless.
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Example sentences from the Web for skint
Why didn't he go to Skint, as I told him, when his own lawyer was too dainty for the job?
There ain't no smarter gent in all the profession, sir, than Mr. Skint.
"If you would have gone to Mr. Skint, sir—," suggested Bozzle.
British Dictionary definitions for skint
/ (skɪnt) /
(usually postpositive) British slang without money
Word Origin for skint
variant of skinned, past participle of skin
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