Definition of Skytes

1. skyte [v] - See also: skyte



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Skytes

skyscapes
skysill
skyspace
skyspaces
skysurf
skysurfed
skysurfer
skysurfers
skysurfing
skysurfs
skyte
skyted
skytes (current term)
skyting
skywalk
skywalker
skywalkers
skywalks
skyward
skywards
skywatch
skywatcher
skywatchers
skywatches
skywatching
skywave
skyway

Literary usage of Skytes

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1. A Dictionary of Slang, Jargon & Cant: Embracing English, American, and Anglo by Albert Barrère, Charles Godfrey Leland (1890)
"At one time there used to be a strong feeling against the day boys, who live or lodge in the town ; and the designation of skytes was formerly applied to ..."

2. Almond of Loretto: Being the Life and a Selection from the Letters of Hely by Robert Jameson Mackenzie, Robert J. Mac Kenzie (1906)
"... but had a skilful way of admonishing us with slaps on the face, ' skytes ... skytes.' He was far too quick for that. But one day 'Lolly' Brown, ..."

3. Papers on Literature and Art by Margaret Fuller (1848)
"His very shuttle skytes boldly along, and clatters through hi faithful time to the tune of his merrier ..."

4. Papers on Literature and Art by Margaret Fuller (1846)
"His very shuttle skytes boldly along, and clatters through in faithful time to the tune of his merrier ..."

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