jillick v EDD jellick Do; cp EDD jelt 1. To throw a (flat) stone
across the surface of a body of water, using an underhand motion; SKIM.
1937 DEVINE 29 ~ To throw a stone underhand using the side of the
body as a fulcrum. P 99-69 ~ To skim flat stones over water, saying: 'A duck and a drake
/ And a salt-water cake / And a bottle of brandy.'