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Definition of "skilling" [skil•ling]

  • Present participle of skill. (verb)
  • A Scandinavian monetary unit and coin up to the 19th century. (A subdivision of the Swedish riksdaler, the Danish and Norwegian rigsdaler and speciedaler). (noun)

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Use "skilling" in a sentence
  • "Feel Free To Customise and Whimsiclise My Vagina is it called skilling? where you buy off yourself?"
  • "In this court, too, the butter is generally churned, under a "skilling" which covers half of it."
  • "This is a GOOD thing, when all is said and done - we all better get used to re-educating ourselves, and continually re-skilling if we expect to maintain our current and future standard of living."