Catherine "Skittles" Walters ( 13 June 1839 – 4 August 1920) was a fashion trendsetter and along with Alice Keppel, was
- Skittles (sport) is the sport from which bowling originated. Skittles is an old European target sport, a variety of Bowling, from which Ten-pin bowling, Duckpin bowling, and Candlepin bowling Sport is an Activity that is governed by a set of rules or Customs and often engaged in competitively Bowling is a Game / Sport in which players attempt to score points by rolling a Bowling ball along a flat surface either into objects called pins
- Tabletop Skittles is the Carrom version, which uses a spinning top to knock over pins. Carrom or carroms is a family of Tabletop games sharing a similarity in that their mechanics lie somewhere between Billiards and Table shuffleboard
- Skittles (confectionery) are a small candy, made in several different fruit flavors. Skittles are small round fruit chews that come in hard sugar shells with the letter " S " printed on them representing the candy's name Candy, specifically sugar candy, is a confection made from a concentrated solution of sugar in water to which a variety of flavorings and colorants is added
- Skittles (chess) is chess jargon. This page explains commonly used terms in Chess in alphabetical order Chess is a recreational and competitive Game played between two players.
- Skittles is also a slang term for Coricidin, usually when it is used recreationally. Coricidin, Coricidin 'D' (decongestant or CoricidinHBP (for h igh b lood p ressure is the name of a drug marketed by Schering-Plough
- Skittles was the nickname of Catherine Walters, 'the last Victorian Courtesan'
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- Plural form of skittle.
- (mostly British, uncountable) a pub game in which a ball is rolled down a wooden alley in order to knock down as many of the nine skittles as possible
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