verb (used with object)
Definition for skipper (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for skipper
“We always say addiction is an equal opportunity affliction,” Skipper said.
“The minute they blow, you can call the airline and pull them off flight status,” Skipper said.
After 48 hours at the helm, the skipper knew he needed to rest, so Lennon would have to steer for a while.
Scott carried on as skipper of the station, with its 10-hour work days, while assuming the added duty of concerned brother.Scott Kelly: Gabrielle Giffords' Brother-in-Law in Space|Peter J. Boyer|February 18, 2011|DAILY BEAST
We do what we can when Skipper loses her lunch money, pay for college if we can, help out with the first-day-at-work suit.
The skipper had the grace to blush, and shifted uneasily in his chair.The Green Mummy|Fergus Hume
“Lest you should prove only too successful,” laughed the skipper.The Congo Rovers|Harry Collingwood
“We should have been a week or two, or even a month about it, if we had made the attempt,” answered the skipper.Voyages and Travels of Count Funnibos and Baron Stilkin|William H. G. Kingston
Whereupon he began perforce playing his old game of artful dodging, exercising his best powers as a hopper and skipper.A Reversible Santa Claus|Meredith Nicholson
The skipper was a heavy-bearded individual who knew his job, but nothing beyond it.British Secret Service During the Great War|Nicholas Everitt