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How to spell SKIME correctly?

If you meant to say "skime" but it was a spelling error, there are a few possible suggestions to consider. The correct word could be "skim", which means to read or glance through quickly. Alternatively, it could be "skive", referring to the act of avoiding work or responsibilities. Double-checking your intended word can help avoid confusion.

List of suggestions on how to spell skime correctly

  • eskimo The Eskimo culture is rich with traditions and practices that have been passed down for generations.
  • Jaime
  • Kim Kim is my best friend's name.
  • same The jacket you have on is the same one I saw you wearing yesterday.
  • ski
  • skid
  • Skied I skied down the mountain and felt a rush of adrenaline.
  • skier The skier glided gracefully down the mountain, carving sharp turns with ease.
  • Skies
  • skim I like to skim through the newspaper every morning to catch up on the news.
  • skimmed I quickly skimmed through the book to find the information I needed.
  • skimmer The skimmer cleans the top of the tuna fish dish.
  • skimp I cannot skimp on the ingredients for the cake or else it won't turn out the way it should.
  • skimpy I feel really skimpy eating just this sandwich.
  • skims He just skims over the details and doesn't really pay attention to important information.
  • skin She had soft, smooth skin that was always kissed by the sun.
  • skip I'm going to skip breakfast and go straight to work.
  • skis I love skiing and cannot wait to hit the slopes with my new skis.
  • skit During their skit, the four friends played all the parts perfectly.
  • skive
  • Skiver I'm going to skip lunch and skiver off to the library.
  • Skye I always feel awake after a Skye.
  • slim She's got a really slim figure.
  • slime I have a head full of slime!
  • some I saw some cars in the driveway.
  • somme During World War I, the Battle of Somme was one of the largest in history.
  • swim I can't wait to get in the pool and swim.

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