Keith had me do this as I skittered across the gym like a giraffe at watering hole.
But as it skittered and bounced like a tumble weed down the trail, she suddenly changed her mind and darted after it again.
He skittered on all fours till he reached the middle of the path.
I skittered those fat worms on the surface, and dropped them down to the bottom.
I skittered off toward the door to the stage, because that was the easiest direction.
Bobby liked to watch the brisk puffs as they hit, spread in a fan-shaped ruffle of dark water and skittered away.
They skittered across the floor, one of them slipping through the heating-grating.
John skittered to the far corner, tearing new holes in the old newspaper with frantic claws.
She was shrieking, laughing as she skittered past him, clutching a gleaming gold helmet.
He ducked into a side alley and skittered down a flight of stone steps.
"to run rapidly," 1845, frequentative of skite "to dart, run quickly" (1721), perhaps from a Scandinavian source (cf. Old Norse skjota "to shoot, launch, move quickly, avoid (a blow)," or Norwegian dialectal skutla "glide rapidly"); see skittish. As a noun from 1905.
: some hanging on the sides of the Jeep, ''skitching,'' or dragging their feet through the powder (1990s+ Students)