the fields that skirted the highway were full of cattle
Go along or around (something) rather than directly through or across it
the river valley skirts along the northern slopes of the hills
Attempt to ignore; avoid dealing with
there was a subject she was always skirting
the treaty skirted around the question of political cooperation
A woman's outer garment fastened around the waist and hanging down around the legs
The part of a coat or dress that hangs below the waist
A woman or women regarded as objects of sexual desire
so, Al, off to chase some skirt?
The curtain that hangs around the base of a hovercraft to contain the air cushion
A surface that conceals or protects the wheels or underside of a vehicle or aircraft
A small flap on a saddle, covering the bar from which the stirrup leather hangs
An edge, border, or extreme part
cloth covering that forms the part of a garment below the waist
hedge: avoid or try to avoid fulfilling, answering, or performing (duties, questions, or issues); "He dodged the issue"; "she skirted the problem"; "They tend to evade their responsibilities"; "he evaded the questions skillfully"
a garment hanging from the waist; worn mainly by girls and women
pass around or about; move along the border; "The boat skirted the coast"
form the edge of
annulus: (Fungi) a remnant of the partial veil that in mature mushrooms surrounds the stem like a collar
A skirt is a tube- or cone-shaped garment that hangs from the waist and covers all or part of the legs.
(Skirts (TV series)) Skirts was an Australian television police drama broadcast on the Seven Network in 1990. Skirts was produced by Roger Le Mesurier and Roger Simpson. It was directed by Brendan Maher, Richard Sarell and Ian Gilmour.
(Skirted) Enclosing the trapway with a smooth covering, allowing for easy cleaning and an elegant look. Also called a concealed trap.
(Skirting) fabric affixed around tables, stages and risers, often hiding cords and storage.
(Skirting) a moulding that covers the join between wall and floor.
(Skirting) Horizontal board at junction between floor and wall.
(Skirting) The edging, usually of wood, fixed to the base of an internal wall.
(SKIRTING) The wooden board usually fixed at the bottom of walls in its connection with the floor. Various moulded profiles of skirting exist including- pencil round, torus, ogee, etc...
(Skirting) Attractive fabric placed around a table to conceal the area.
(Skirting) Covering installed around the base of the unit to enhance its appearance and hide the tires. Available in Wood, Vinyl and Aluminum.
(Skirting) Narrow board that runs round the base of walls. Also known as baseboard.
(Skirting) Removing coarser or shorter fiber and debris from the sheared blanket or other parts of a fleece. Skirting is typically done on a mesh or slotted table which allows dirt and second cuts to fall free of the fleece.
(Skirting) Removing the stained, unusable, or undesirable portions of a fleece.
(Skirting) The removal of the waste wool from a fleece. Ideally this is done as soon as it's shorn. Any second cuts are shaken out. The britch or wool from the butt of the sheep is removed, as is the belly wool; and the head wool if any is present. ...
(Skirting) The separation of lesser quality fiber and foreign material from the prime quality fiber of a particular fleece
(Skirting) if you have table tops for your trade show, the front and sides of the table will have fabric attached at the top and hangs down to the floor. This is called skirting. The skirting can be provided by a production company or the host hotel.
(Skirting) is moulding that goes around the wall at the side of landings to finish it off.
(Skirts) Legal in the 1970s and 1980s, skirts were long strips of material that hung down off the side of the cars and actually rubbed the ground during some seasons, before rule changes dictated minimum ride heights. ...
(Skirts) Panels built around the lower edge of a motorcaravan which are often knock-resistant and may house storage lockers.