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Synonyms for skip

miss

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Synonyms for skip

to bound lightly

to strike a surface at such an angle as to be deflected

to cease consideration or treatment of

to break loose and leave suddenly, as from confinement or from a difficult or threatening situation

to fail to attend on purpose

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a light bounding movement

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Synonyms for skip

a gait in which steps and hops alternate

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a mistake resulting from neglect

intentionally fail to attend

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leave suddenly

bound off one point after another

cause to skip over a surface

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Men who skipped breakfast had a 27 percent higher risk of having a heart attack or dying prematurely due to the narrowing of the heart arteries (coronary heart disease).
Mirgani Osman, a high school student, said he skipped school once because he wanted to eat ice cream with his friends instead of attending the last two classes of Art that he was not interested in.
In 1991, 120,115 people in Sweden all skipped together at the same time to celebrate Skipping Day.
Credit cards and consumer loans were eligible to be skipped.
2 : to pass over or omit an item, space, or step <I think you skipped a page.
Everyone skipped for three minutes, and while some managed only three or four others did 80 or 90," said healthy schools co-ordinator Lowri Morris.
Other than the skipped beats, you are not complaining of any chest pain, fainting or difficulty breathing.
The fee will range from $100 to $230 per skipped payment, depending on the original loan amount.
Or does it help, because famished weight-watchers who skipped breakfast might stuff themselves at lunch or at a coffee break?
But Exploit skipped the Breeders' Cup Juvenile, won by favored Answer Lively at Churchill Downs.
Participants ate breakfast before coming in for the first test, but skipped it -- maintaining at least a 14-hour fast -- before the second test.