There were men in plenty, from twenty year old Archie to the uncertain decades of Mr. skee.
"I'll go back," and went back forthwith, attended by Mr. skee.
Call it what you like, Mr. skee; it's been my home for a good many years now.
She, too, had sympathized with Mr. Dykeman, and now sympathized somewhat with Mr. skee.
As suddenly as the plan of making the skee sled had flashed upon me came another plan for driving every Indian out of town.
Mr. skee was an interesting relic of that stormy past of the once Wild West which has left so few surviving.
Mr. skee sat down smiling, evidently in cheerful ex311pectation of congratulations.
Mr. skee also hovered about her to a considerable extent, but most of his devotion was bestowed upon damsels of extreme youth.
To this she responded sweetly: "Why no, Mr. skee, of course, I believed what you said."
Dr. Bellair used her telephone freely after Mr. skee's departure, making notes and lists of names.
1883 (there is an isolated instance from 1755; in early use often spelled skee), from Norwegian ski, related to Old Norse skið "long snowshoe," literally "stick of wood, firewood," cognate with Old English scid "stick of wood," obsolete English shide "piece of wood split off from timber;" Old High German skit, German Scheit "log," from Proto-Germanic *skid- "to divide, split," from PIE root *skei- "to cut, split" (see shed (v.)). Ski-jumper is from 1894; ski bum first attested 1960; ski-mask is from 1963; noted as part of criminal disguises from 1968.