Definition of Skidded

1. Verb. (past of skid) ¹



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Definition of Skidded

1. skid [v] - See also: skid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Skidded

skibobber
skibobbers
skibobbing
skibobbings
skibobs
skicross
skid
skid-lid
skid flip
skid lid
skid marks
skid road
skiddaw
skidded (current term)
skidder
skidders
skiddier
skiddiest
skidding
skiddoo
skiddooed
skiddooing
skiddoos
skiddy
skidmarks
skidoo
skidooed

Literary usage of Skidded

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1. English Mechanic and World of Science: With which are Incorporated "the (1878)
"Thus the quicker stop was made by the revolving wheels which originally were travelling at a higher speed than in the case of the skidded wheels. ..."

2. Van Nostrand's Eclectic Engineering Magazine (1878)
"Thus the quicker stop was made by the revolving wheels which originally were traveling at a higher speed than in the case of the skidded wheels. ..."

3. Forestry Quarterly by New York State College of Forestry (1914)
"Two to four ties are skidded at each trip. Where more ties are skidded at one ... With the use of an extra chain three ties are skidded in front and two or ..."

4. The Effect of Brakes Upon Railway Trains by Douglas Strutt Galton, Georges MariƩ (1894)
"its former level, thus showing a great diminution in the retarding effect of the brakes as soon as the wheels were skidded. After this point the curve rose ..."

5. The Effect of Brakes Upon Railway Trains by Douglas Strutt Galton, Georges MariƩ (1894)
"As soon as the wheel is completely skidded, the brake-block friction becomes reduced to a mere mechanical means for holding the wheel fixed, ..."

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