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Pictures are said to be skied when they are hung so high as not to be easily seen.

Bad pictures are hung on the line by dozens and many excellent ones are rejected or skied.”—Truth, p. 431 (September 17, 1885).

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Skald
Skedaddle
Skeggs
Skeleton
Skeleton Jackets
Skevington’s Daughter
Skibbereen and Connemara (in Ireland)
Skibbereen Eagle (The)
Skid
Skiddaw
Skied
Skillygolee
Skimble-Skamble
Skimmington
Skin
Skin a Flint
Skin of his Teeth
Skinfaxi
Skinflint
Skinners
Skirt

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