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 v.Note: It’s unclear what kind of “universal” meaning is suggested here, as it appears unrelated to the most common slang use of skeet. «An old classmate of mine claims to have coined the now-universal “skeet,” another word for shortchange.» —“Dustin Bolen in good standing at Hartem” by Kevin Druley Lincoln Courier (Illinois) Jan. 24, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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