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ski run a slope, trail, or course for skiing.
skit a short, usu. humorous theatrical sketch. [2 definitions]
ski tow a kind of ski lift by which skiers clinging to a cable are pulled up the slope on their skis.
skitter to skip, bounce, or glide lightly and quickly over a surface. [2 definitions]
skittish easily startled or excited. [3 definitions]
skive (chiefly British; informal) to be absent from school or work without having permission (often fol. by "off"); play hooky. [2 definitions]
skoal to your health! (used as a drinking toast).
Skopje the capital of Macedonia.
SKU an abbreviation for stock keeping unit.
skua a large brown and white gull-like predatory bird, found in cold seas.
skulduggery wicked cunning and deception. [2 definitions]
skulk to hide or wait in hiding; lurk. [3 definitions]
skull the bony framework of the head and face in vertebrates. [3 definitions]
skull and crossbones a representation of a human skull with two long bones crossed beneath it, formerly used on pirates' flags and now used as a warning sign, as on poisons.
skullcap a small, round, soft, brimless cap worn on the crown of the head; yarmulke.
skunk a small, meat-eating North American mammal with black fur, a bushy tail, and a broad white stripe down its back, noted for the foul smell of the fluid it ejects when alarmed. [3 definitions]
skunk cabbage a perennial eastern North American plant with large cabbagelike leaves, bearing a cluster of small flowers in a purple hooded covering, and having an unpleasant smell, or a related plant of western North America.
sky the upper atmosphere, esp. as it appears to arch over the earth. [4 definitions]
sky blue a color like that of a clear daytime sky; light to pale blue; azure.
skycap a baggage porter at an airline terminal.
skydive (informal) to jump or dive from an airplane and perform various acrobatic stunts before opening one's parachute, done as a sport or for exhibition.