Definition of Skoff

1. to devour [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: devour



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Skoff

sklenting
sklents
skliff
skliffs
sklim
sklimmed
sklimming
sklims
sklodowskite
skoal
skoaled
skoaling
skoals
skodaic
skodaic resonance
skoff (current term)
skoffed
skoffing
skoffs
skokiaan
skokiaans
skol
skolezite
skolia
skolion
skollie
skollies
skolly
skonce
skookum

Literary usage of Skoff

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1. The Story of Africa and Its Explorers by Robert Brown (1895)
"... and, in groups under different leaders, settled in the newly named division of Albany, where, after many KAFFIRS EATING THEIE " skoff. ..."

2. The Eldorado of the Ancients by Karl Peters (1902)
"It was the chief, who was crying out from a high wooden scaffolding across the country, " skoff, skoff! " (" Food, food ! ..."

3. An African Adventure by Isaac Frederick Marcosson (1921)
"Out there food is commonly known as "skoff," just as "chop" is the equivalent in the Congo. A former Resident Commissioner, noted for the keenness of his ..."

4. An African Adventure by Isaac Frederick Marcosson (1921)
"Out there food is commonly known as "skoff," just as "chop" is the equivalent in the Congo. A former Resident Commissioner, noted for the keenness of his ..."

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