Definition of Skeos
1. skeo [n] - See also: skeo
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Literary usage of Skeos
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Description of the Shetland Islands: Comprising an Account of Their by Samuel Hibbert (1822)
"About the middle of the last century, the practice of curing beef and mutton in skeos without salt was much given up, and, at the present day, ..."
2. The Pirate by Walter Scott (1822)
"... with their boats and crews, and erect upon the shore small huts, composed of shingle, and covered with turf, for their temporary lodging, and skeos, ..."
3. The Complete Works of Sir Walter Scott: With a Biography, and His Last by Walter Scott (1833)
"... for their temporary lodging, and skeos, or drying-houses, for the fish; so that the lonely beach at once assumes the appearance of an Indian town. ..."