Definition of Skidding

1. Verb. (present participle of skid) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Skidding

1. skid [v] - See also: skid

Skidding Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Skidding Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Skidding

skicross
skid
skid-lid
skid flip
skid lid
skid marks
skid road
skiddaw
skidded
skidder
skidders
skiddier
skiddiest
skidding (current term)
skiddoo
skiddooed
skiddooing
skiddoos
skiddy
skidmarks
skidoo
skidooed
skidooing
skidoos
skidpad
skidpan
skidpans

Literary usage of Skidding

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Gasoline Automobile by George William Hobbs (1915)
"skidding.—When traveling on slippery roads, avoid making sudden turns; also avoid sudden application of the brakes or sudden changes of power, ..."

2. Forest Products, Their Manufacture and Use: Embracing the Principal by Nelson Courtlandt Brown (1919)
"skidding. skidding usually costs from 2 to 3 cents per tie. ... Go-devils are sometimes used, especially on the longer skidding chances. ..."

3. Forest Products, Their Manufacture and Use: Embracing the Principal by Nelson Courtlandt Brown (1919)
"skidding. skidding usually costs from 2 to 3 cents per tie. ... Go-devils are sometimes used, especially on the longer skidding chances. ..."

4. The Automobile Book: A Practical Treatise on the Construction, Operation and by Charles E. Duryea, James Edward Homans (1915)
"skidding OR SIDE-SLIDING. skidding and its Dangers.—No subject connected with the automobile has attracted more attention than skidding, and received less ..."

5. Automobile Driving Self-taught: An Exhaustive Treatise on the Operation by Thomas Herbert Russell (1909)
"skidding or Side-slip. skidding is one of the most dangerous enemies that the auto- mobilist has to guard ... skidding may be divided into two classes: 1. ..."

6. Putnam's Automobile Handbook: The Care and Management of the Modern Motor-car by Harry Clifford Brokaw, Charles Ackerman Starr (1918)
"Autos as well as men take to skidding quite easily, and not infrequently come to grief. We use rubber heels to absorb shocks and jars just as we use rubber ..."

7. Elements of Forestry by Frederick Franklin Moon, Nelson Courtlandt Brown (1914)
"skidding. — This is the operation of dragging the log to the landing where ... Power skidding is now commonly used to drag the logs directly from the woods ..."

Other Resources Relating to: Skidding

Search for Skidding on Dictionary.com!Search for Skidding on Thesaurus.com!Search for Skidding on Google!Search for Skidding on Wikipedia!

Search