Definition of "skidding" [skidding]

  • Present participle of skid. (verb)
  • The motion of something that skids. (noun)

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Use "skidding" in a sentence
  • "The prince gave a cry and fell away, but got clipped on the shoulder and had to tumble down, his sword skidding from his grasp."
  • "Ah, the fixed-gear world, where stopping is called "skidding," conformity is called "individualism," and scavenger hunts are called "races.""
  • "Like similar systems from other carmakers, pre sense also 'prepares' the car and restraint systems if it senses a critical situation such as skidding or maximum braking."