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Spell Check of skeet

Correct spelling: skeet

Definition of skeet:

  1. A long scoop used to wet the sides of ships or the sails of small vessels, in order to keep them cool.

Common misspellings for skeet:

skset, skee5t, skee6, skweet, ske3t.

Skeet \s-keet\

Meaning:
to shoot
Origin:
Norse
Details:
Skeet as a boy's name is of Old Norse origin, and the meaning of Skeet is "to shoot". Skeet shooting is a sport about shooting a a clay "pigeon" or tossed target with a rifle. Actor Skeet Ulrich.
Meaning:
scott, scout, scot.
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Examples of usage for skeet:

  1. I had one of your skeet loads in the right barrel for just such an occasion. – Epistles-from-Pap-Letters-from-the-man-known-as-The-Will-Rogers-of-Indiana by Durham, Andrew Everett

Rhymes for skeet:

  1. eat, beet, heat, meat, beat, meet, bleat, piet, sheet, peet, neat, teet, grete, cheat, sweet, pleat, leet, treat, neet, skeat, cleat, crete, teat, seat, suite, greet, pete, peete, sleet, wheat, peat, mete, feet, feat, st, tweet, fleet, street, veit;
  2. defeat, retreat, elite, gamete, bridgette, discreet, deplete, amit, petite, excrete, effete, replete, concrete, secrete, conceit, mistreat, repeat, deceit, complete, offbeat, compete, discrete, downbeat, delete, unseat, receipt;
  3. indiscreet, marquerite, uncomplete, marguerite, incomplete, noncompete;
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