Skidding [verb]

Definition of Skidding:

slide against will

Synonyms of Skidding:

Opposite/Antonyms of Skidding:


Sentence/Example of Skidding:

When anchored the engine can be used either for skidding or loading.

Well,” said I, “if that be so, you must have been skidding some when you went by that numeral.

Remember that fast driving and skidding shorten the life of the tires.

The skidding car was turning into a fashionable side street.

"Skidding" is one of our most popular plays for High School production.

Skidding to a halt, he tried to bring the Rangeley off his shoulder.

"Please stop," Rick called, and Hassan did, with skidding wheels.

“Easy for you to say,” Greg said, skidding to a stop in front of him.

She crossed to the window, peering through the blurred dripping panes for a last sight of his skidding car.

Jason had a vanishing glimpse of the open-mouthed guards, then they were skidding around the corner of a building.