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MEANING: noun: A coward.

ETYMOLOGY: From Dutch schijtebroek (literally, shits his pants), from schijten (to shit) + broek (pants). Earliest documented use: 1652.

SKITTERBROOM - used to sweep the ice in curling, so the stones will go where you want them to

SKITTERBOOK - Where can I find information about skittering?

SKITTERBORO OK? - Should we go to Titusville or Skitterboro?
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