Definition of 'skint'
Example sentences containing 'skint'
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Understand people are in work but are still skint. The Sun (2015)Somebody has to stand up for the powerless and often skint students. The Sun (2009)They either went skint or got taken over. The Sun (2008)It would go skint in a fortnight. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Give life and let these people who encourage a criminal trade in organs go skint. The Sun (2007)All sold to the highest bidder to keep the skint club from going under. The Sun (2008)The students are skint and powerless. The Sun (2009) Going from a skint labourer to a movie star who's been a multimillionaire for years? Times, Sunday Times (2016)I am always skint and it is hurting my family and my girlfriend as well as me. The Sun (2014)GERMANY will not be happy until all small countries have gone skint. The Sun (2013)Being in Spain was great but I was always skint. The Sun (2006)I got really hooked on them when I was skint as a student. The Sun (2010)
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