overskip

overskip

(ˌəʊvəˈskɪp)
vb (tr)
1. to skip over
2. to treat indifferently
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In a 1583 speech to Parliament, Queen Elizabeth pronounces, 'One matter touches me so near as I may not overskip; religion is the ground on which all other matters ought to take root, and being corrupted may mar all the tree'.
David Foster Wallace's novel Infinite Jest, though predating the other texts and addressing the same phenomena, seems dramatically to overskip (and render irrelevant) the compromises they resolve upon.