Skint — depression era remnant

March 15th, 2020 ___  Skint means penniless or feeling close thereof. ‘Tis believed that the word entered the English language in the early 1930s, and was a dialect for “skinned.” Interesting that the word seemed to surface during the Great Depression.   Definition via  YourDictionary.com: — having little or no money; broke “Skint” is used lightheartedly, …

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