Examples of skit in a Sentence
One of the funniest skits in the show was about cheerleading.
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The video concludes with a comedy skit in which Swift's various personae trade jabs.
For decades the friendly 72-year-old fronted a comedy band called Da Yoopers, famous for their songs and skits about U.P. life.
In said skit the auctioneer held paddles with printed faces of players that included Odell Beckham Jr., Tom Brady and tight end Rob Gronkowski.
Check out a preview of Keys' and Legend's skit below.
Also in his first year with the show, correspondent Steve Carell joined the bus one day in early December and produced a skit about the humiliation of being relegated to the overflow bus.
The production (which seems like too fancy a word) feels thrown together, a mishmash of letters, stand-up and video skits, served with an incongruous pickling of surreal shtick.
Enrollees learn makeup, facial expressions, acting movements, skits, one-liners, magic tricks and (drumroll, please) balloon art.
Also, the skit that’s a take on Get Out, in which Ayesha Curry doesn’t want her husband, Stephen Curry, to go out and celebrate his NBA championship, felt too long and way too insider.
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Origin and Etymology of skit
First Known Use: circa 1727See Words from the same year
SKIT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of skit for English Language Learners
: a short, funny story or performance
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