* Spelling represents a combination of Quick and Skimmer
Part of speech:
- Definition: To flip through pages in a book or scroll down a list.
- Frequency of use: High
- Definition: Quick or Summary.
- Frequency of use: Medium
- Definition: The quick or summary version, usually of a story.
- Frequency of use: Low
Ex 1 -
Most commonly used as a verb:
"Jackson missed a few classes last week, so he was anxious to quimmer someone's notes before the exam."
Ex 2 -
As a continuous form of the verb phrase:
"Jackson was quimmering through his classmate's notes before the exam so he could could get one more good look at the study material."
Ex 3 -
Being used as a command:
"Quimmer it." (...said Jackson's classmate as she handed him her notes before the exam.)
Ex 4 -
As an adjective:
Jackson had just enough time to read through the quimmer version of the notes before the exam.
Ex 5 -
As a noun:
Jackson should have read the quimmer his classmates put together after school last week. (Background story: he was at the parking lot across the street doing donuts.)
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