Skee Skee, n. [Dan. ski; Icel. sk[=i]? a billet of wood. See {Skid}.] A long strip of wood, curved upwards in front, used on the foot for sliding; now usually spelled {ski}. [1913 Webster]

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  • skee — /skee/, n., pl. skees, skee, v.i., v.t., skeed, skeeing. ski. * * * …   Universalium

  • skee — [skē] n., vi. skeed, skeeing rare alt. sp. of SKI …   English World dictionary

  • skee — variant of ski * * * /skee/, n., pl. skees, skee, v.i., v.t., skeed, skeeing. ski. * * * skee «skee», noun, plural skees or skee, intransitive verb, skeed, skee|ing. = ski. (Cf. ↑ski) * * * skee var …   Useful english dictionary

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