- a disagreeable person, an enemy.—_Westminster School._ The word derived its origin from a corruption of the last syllable of the word “VOLSCI:” Westminster boys being of course understood to be the Romans.
- to toss up towards the SKY. Term used in tossing with halfpence; “It’s all right, Jim SKIED the browns,” _i.e._, threw them up, a proof that there could have been no collusion or cheating.
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