Skint in a sentence as an adjective

Yeah, and all of those guys are skint and you're not.

I'm currently skint and a bit under the weather so I had to pass.

> all those guys are skint and you aren'tBritish slang for poor, has no money, I just learned.

1 single with no money or musical skills, advises: “Firstly, you must be skint and on the dole.

'I got the money back, but I was totally skint for a fortnight while the bank and police sorted it out.

Follow this simple step by step guide:Firstly, you must be skint [having no money] and on the dole [state benefits].

The larger part is not knowing when, if ever, it'll end, and therefore having to plan your life around being perennially skint.

Skint definitions


lacking funds; "`skint' is a British slang term"

See also: broke bust stone-broke stony-broke