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Meanings of Skinflintily:

adverb

In a mean or miserly manner.

Meanings of Skinflintiness:

noun

Meanness, miserliness.

Skinflints

ˈskɪn.flɪnt

Meanings of Skinflints:

noun

A person who spends as little money as possible; a miser.

Usage examples:

Scots are dispelling their stereotype of being skinflints who hoard their money and live austere li…

Meanings of Skinflinty:

adjective

Of or befitting a skinflint; mean, miserly.

Skinful

ˈskɪn.fʊl

Meanings of Skinful:

noun

Enough alcoholic drink to make one drunk.

Usage examples:

He had a skinful on new year's eve

Skinfuls

ˈskɪnfʊl

Meanings of Skinfuls:

noun

Enough alcoholic drink to make one drunk.

Usage examples:

He had a skinful on new year's eve

Meanings of Skinhead:

noun

A young man of a subculture characterized by close-cropped hair and heavy boots, often perceived as aggressive.

Usage examples:

And, believe it or not, they were actually quite successful for a few years in transforming raciall…

Meanings of Skinheads:

noun

A young man of a subculture characterized by close-cropped hair and heavy boots, often perceived as aggressive.

Usage examples:

And, believe it or not, they were actually quite successful for a few years in transforming raciall…

Meanings of Skink:

noun

A smooth-bodied lizard with short or absent limbs, typically burrowing in sandy ground, and occurring throughout tropical and temperate regions.

Usage examples:

There are many other snakes of all different sizes, as well as chameleons, geckos, lizards, skinks,…

Meanings of Skinker:

noun

A person who draws, pours out, or serves drink, especially alcohol; a tapster.

Meanings of Skinkers:

noun

A person who draws, pours out, or serves drink, especially alcohol; a tapster.

Meanings of Skinking:

adjective

Thin, watery.

Meanings of Skinkle:

verb

To glitter, glisten; to sparkle, twinkle.

Meanings of Skinks:

noun

A smooth-bodied lizard with short or absent limbs, typically burrowing in sandy ground, and occurring throughout tropical and temperate regions.

Usage examples:

There are many other snakes of all different sizes, as well as chameleons, geckos, lizards, skinks,…

Meanings of Skinless:

adjective

Without a skin

Usage examples:

Skinless, boneless fillets of fish

Skinned

-skɪnd

Meanings of Skinned:

adjective

Having a skin of a specified type.

Usage examples:

A smooth-skinned complexion
verb

Remove the skin from (an animal or a fruit or vegetable).

Usage examples:

Scald and skin the tomatoes
suffix

Used with adjectives to form adjectives describing the type of skin something or someone has

Usage examples:

Pale-skinned, nectarines are a smooth-skinned variety of the fuzzy peach.

Meanings of Skinner:

noun

A person who skins animals or prepares skins.

Usage examples:

This would mean that participants could qualify as chefs, skinners, trackers or professional hunter…
verb

Gossip.

Usage examples:

We can catch up on the skinder

Meanings of Skinneries:

noun

A place in which skins are held, treated, or prepared for sale; the workshop or premises of a skinner.

Skinners

ˈskɪnə

Meanings of Skinners:

noun

Gossip.

Usage examples:

We can catch up on the skinder
verb

Engage in gossip.

Usage examples:

He wondered what his wife and her friend were skindering about

Meanings of Skinnery:

noun

A place in which skins are held, treated, or prepared for sale; the workshop or premises of a skinner.

Meanings of Skinnier:

adjective

(of a person or part of their body) unattractively thin.

Usage examples:

His skinny arms
noun

A skinny person.

Usage examples:

You "skinnies" may not understand the full scope of what's happened here.

Meanings of Skinniest:

adjective

(of a person or part of their body) unattractively thin.

Usage examples:

His skinny arms
noun

A skinny person.

Usage examples:

You "skinnies" may not understand the full scope of what's happened here.

Meanings of Skinning:

verb

Remove the skin from (an animal or a fruit or vegetable).

Usage examples:

Scald and skin the tomatoes
noun

The thin layer of tissue forming the natural outer covering of the body of a person or animal.

Usage examples:

I use body lotion to keep my skin supple

Present participle of skin

Skinny

ˈskɪn.i

Meanings of Skinny:

adjective

(of a garment) tight-fitting.

Usage examples:

A skinny jumper
noun

(of a person or part of their body) unattractively thin.

Usage examples:

His skinny arms

Meanings of Skins:

noun

The thin layer of tissue forming the natural outer covering of the body of a person or animal.

Usage examples:

I use body lotion to keep my skin supple
verb

Remove the skin from (an animal or a fruit or vegetable).

Usage examples:

Scald and skin the tomatoes

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