skiddy

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skid·dy

 (skĭd′ē)
adj. skid·di·er, skid·di·est
Liable to skid or cause skidding: a light, skiddy car; skiddy roads.

skid•dy

(ˈskɪd i)

adj. -di•er, -di•est.
tending to skid or cause skidding.
[1900–05]
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At Newlands, Bhuvneshwar Kumar's ability to swing the ball should see him get the nod in place of the skiddier Umesh Yadav.
Sharjah traditionally is lower and skiddier and slows up as the game goes on.
He said Clarke would probably prefer to face Dale Steyn than Morne Morkel, and added that the Australian skipper prefers facing the shorter, skiddier bowlers rather than the taller ones.
A shorter, skiddier bowler than the rest of England's pacemen, South African-born Meaker is one of the fastest in the game and showed on his one-day trip to India that he can give batsmen problems on any surface.
Blimey" A shorter skiddier bowler than the rest of England's pacemen, South African-born Meaker remains one of the fastest in the game and showed on his oneday trip to India he can give batsmen a problem on any surface.
While the latter is favourite to win out on his home pitch, England will be wary of picking three seamers with similar attributes and could be tempted by Dernbach's skiddier style.
And with the Melbourne pitch expected to have less pace and bounce than Perth, there is a case for bringing in a skiddier bowler like Tim Bresnan and giving Finn a break anyway.
He said: "I think the pitch has been pretty flat all the way through, but their bowlers are a lot shorter and skiddier.
It was a dangerous shot to play in Abu Dhabi and Dubai this year because the pitches were skiddier and if you missed the ball you would be leg before," he further wrote.
The fact that Brett Lee took eight out of the 15 wickets to fall in the last Test match here could see the skiddier James Anderson given a go if they play one spinner.
Tremlett gets the most bounce as he is so bloody big, Broady gets more than me and I'm a little skiddier for a big man.