Definition for SKIP

SKIP, v.i. [Dan. kipper, to leapt. Ice. skopa.]

To leap; to bound; to spring; as a goat or lamb. The lamb thy riot dooms do bleed today, / Had he thy reason, would he skip and play? – Pope. To skip over, to pass without notice; to omit. – Bacon.

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