- skirt steak,
- skirting board,
Origin of skit
Examples from the Web for skit
The skit also implies that executive orders are a new aspect of governance.SNL Parodies Schoolhouse Rock Hilariously, Gets A Lot Wrong|Jack Holmes, The Daily Beast Video|November 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Nick Offerman stars in skit for ‘Last Week Tonight with John Oliver’Home Depot Spoof Ad Shows That Robots Can’t Save Shoppers’ Marriages|Alex Chancey, The Daily Beast Video|November 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The skit features Julia Louis-Dreyfus as an island-hungry TV star customer and that unique brand of Cranston-Paul chemistry.Shark-Eating Monsters, the Kid Emmys, and More Viral Videos|The Daily Beast Video|August 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Ferrell pulled out his iconic cowbell from the classic Blue Oÿster Cult SNL skit—and played the hell out of it!Viral Video of the Day: Will Ferrell and Chad Smith Drum-Off|Alex Chancey|May 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The skit for presenting the “Best Kiss” award was, umm, cringe-worthy.
The previous night the Cubs had witnessed the Indian skit presented by another competitor for the grand prize.Dan Carter and the Haunted Castle|Mildred A. Wirt
The musical director had composed a skit which he called "Very Grand Opera."My Actor-Husband|Anonymous
At your request I originally inscribed this skit to our whole party.The Great K. & A. Robbery|Paul Liechester Ford
My skit, it is needless to add, was very popular with the postmen.The Confessions of a Caricaturist, Vol. 1 (of 2)|Harry Furniss
Others consider the name to be a seventeenth century skit on the gigantic height of the hills.Highways and Byways in Cambridge and Ely|Rev. Edward Conybeare.
Word Origin for skit
"piece of light satire or caricature," 1820, from earlier sense "a satirical remark or reflection" (1727), originally (1570s) "a vain, frivolous, or wanton girl" (originally Scottish, now archaic), related to verb meaning "to shy or be skittish, caper, frolic" (1610s), perhaps from Old Norse skjuta "to shoot, move quickly" (see skittish).