Skiff

A skiff is a small boat. There are a number of different craft which are called skiffs. Traditionally these are coastal or river craft used for leisure or fishing and have a one-person or small crew. Sailing skiffs have developed into high performance competitive classes. ==Etymology== The word is related to ship and has a complicated etymology: ....
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Skiff

• (n.) A small, light boat. • (v. t.) To navigate in a skiff.
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skiff

noun any of various small boats propelled by oars or by sails or by a motor
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Skiff

[company] Skiff, LLC, is an e-reader and advertising company, started by Hearst Corporation, that delivers digital editions of newspapers, magazines, books and blogs to e-reader-enabled devices. Skiff supplies e-content that seeks to retain the look and feel of publishers’ brands consistently across different devices and screen sizes, whi...
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Skiff

[sailing] A Skiff in a sailing context is a high performance competitive sailing craft. There are a number of different craft which are called skiffs but they are generally small coastal or river boats with a one-person or small crew. Skiffs were originally powered by oars or sails, and sailing skiffs have developed into high performance co...
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Skiff

Skiff noun [ French esquif , from Old High German skif , German schiff . See Ship .] A small, light boat. « The pilot of some small night-foundered skiff Milton. Skiff caterpillar (Zoology) , the larva of a moth ( Lima...
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Skiff

Skiff transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Skiffed ; present participle & verbal noun Skiffing .] To navigate in a skiff. [ R.]
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skiff

a large, wooden, partly-decked boat typically used in the inshore fishery to set and haul fishing traps. They can be powered by oars, sails or engines.
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Skiff

e.g. 49er A light open dinghy with a self draining hull.
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Skiff

NATO designation for soviet submarine-launched ballistic missile RSM-54 [SU]
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skiff

small boat 
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skiff

[n] - any of various small boats propelled by oars or by sails or by a motor
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