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5. omission, exception, exclusion, noninclusion, preclusion; disregard, ignoring, overlooking, passing over, preterition; oversight, miss, Inf. go-by, inadvertence; gap, break, hiatus, lacuna, interval; mistake, error, fault, flaw, slip, Inf. slip-up, Inf. miscue. skipper, n. sea captain, seaman, mariner; captain, commander, leader, master, boss; pilot, guide, conductor. skirmish, n. argument, altercation, dispute, tilt, row, quarrel, Inf. ruction, squabble, dustup, spat, tiff, Brit. Dial, fratch; encounter, meeting, engagement, confrontation, showdown; fight, battle, rencounter, struggle, conflict, scrimmage, tussle, bout, donnybrook, Scot. sturt, Inf. scrap, Inf. run-in; action, combat, brush, fray, affray; melee, fracas, uproar, brouhaha, free-for-all.
skirt,
n. 1. kilt, dirndl, crinoline, Scot. and North

Eng. jupe, (in Tahiti) lava-lava, (in Tahiti) pareu; miniskirt, midiskirt, maxiskirt; All Inf. mini, midi, maxi.
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Usu. skirts outskirts, outposts, outer limits, outlying districts; purlieu, perimeter, periphery, fringe; limits, city limits; suburbs, SI. burbs, SI. shruburbs.
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Slang, woman, lady; girl, maiden, lass, miss, Irish Eng. colleen; nymph, slip, wench, young thing; All SI. doll, chick, piece, gal, dame, tomato, Brit. bird.
-v. 4. border, edge, verge, line, flank; rim, hem; frame, march, bound, margin, marginate.
5. adjoin, abut, impinge upon; neighbor, side, lie next to; touch, reach, meet, butt, impinge, kiss.
6. circle, circumnavigate, circumambulate, go
or pass around.
7. evade, avoid, dodge, sidestep, steer clear of,
Inf. duck; hedge, equivocate, prevaricate, pussyfoot, hem and haw, Inf. waffle, Inf. weasel; beat around the bush, not come to the point, beg the question. skittish, adj. 1. jumpy, startlish, SI. trigger-happy; excitable, high-strung, high-spirited; nervous, (of hunting dogs, horses, etc.) gun-shy.
2. restless, restive, unquiet, fidgety, fretful,
Inf. having ants in one's pants, SI. antsy, SI. antsy-pantsy.
3. fickle, capricious, flighty, moody, changeable, changeful, ever-changing, mutable, permutable, variable; uncertain, unpredictable, irregular, fitful, spasmodic, desultory, stop-and-go, come-and-go.
4. shy, shrinking, bashful, timid, diffident, mousy, self-conscious; coy, demure, prim. skulk, v. 1. lurk, couch, lie in wait, lie in ambush, lie low,
Inf. lay for.
2. slink, steal, sidle, prowl, pad, pussyfoot, creep,
U.S. SI. gumshoe.
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British, shirk, malinger, loaf, SI. goof off, SI. goldbrick; slack, lie down on the job, Brit. SI. scrimshank; look busy, Inf. boondoggle, SI. featherbed, SI. dog it. -n. 4. shirker, slacker. See shirker, sky, n. 1. upper atmosphere, the void, outer space.
2. heavens, heaven, firmament, empyrean, vault of heaven,
Chiefly Literary, welkin, ether, hyaline; the blue, the blue yonder, azure, deep blue, cerulean.
3. out of a clear blue sky abruptly, suddenly, rapidly; unexpectedly, without warning
or notice, out of the blue.
4. to the skies extravagantly, excessively, profusely; highly, a great deal. slab,
n. thick slice, hunk, piece, chunk, wad; plank, board, puncheon, slack, adj. 1. loose, not tight, not taut, not rigid or firm, lax, hanging, drooping, droopy, bagging, baggy, sagging, saggy, flapping, Inf. floppy; limp, Dial. limpsy, flabby, flaccid; relaxed, flexible, pliant.
2. remiss, negligent, neglectful, delinquent,
Inf. asleep at the wheel or switch, Inf. asleep on the job;

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