Definitions

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  • adj. Wearing slippers.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Wearing slippers.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Wearing or covered with slippers: as, slippered feet.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. shod with slippers

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Examples

  • Into that silence that was fraught with the shuffling of feet, bare and slippered both, the faint hiss of the stove and the sub-aural racket of neurons firing in brains that were no longer in touch with souls, no longer calm and meditative, neurons nudged from the path and straining to find their way back, there came a deep harsh ratcheting cry from the figure on the bed, from Karuna.

    The Silence

  • Nana was leaning against the counter in the kitchen, arms crossed, slippered foot tapping again.

    Arcane Circle

  • One can see his camera, a naked light bulb dangling from the ceiling, and even the slippered feet of the artist, an American who spent most of his career in Paris.

    A Star-Filled Spring of Photo Auctions

  • While all of the good people in the world were on their way to Sunday morning services, I stood bathrobed and slippered in my front yard drinking a beer and holding a plunger that had been arbitrarily left standing beside my mail box overnight.

    Yard Sailing

  • The one I drank while bathrobed and slippered in my front yard, holding the plunger that had been arbitrarily left standing beside my mail box overnight.

    Yard Sailing

  • What an insouciant sprite, a slippered marvel outside the combative gymnast Gareth.

    Dragon dreams of Barry John, Gareth Edwards and springtime in Paris | Frank Keating

  • As chunks came off in the halls and courtroom floor, I desperately tried to hide my hobo-slippered feet from my clients, opposing counsel and the judge as I argued.

    Who Would Hire the Hobo Lawyer?

  • "Not a wash, nothing;" Davies supplemented grimly, as he shook hands with Charley Drexel, who yawned and slippered up to them in pajamas.

    WHOSE BUSINESS IS TO LIVE

  • Maybelle undid the lacing that held her petticoats in place and let them drop from around her waist down to her slippered feet, leaving her only in her chemise, corset and stockings.

    How to Undress a Victorian Lady in Your Next Historical Romance

  • Saxon smiled with appreciation, pointed out her foot, velvet-slippered with high Cuban heels, and slightly lifted the tight black skirt, exposing a trim ankle and delicate swell of calf, the white flesh gleaming through the thinnest and flimsiest of fifty-cent black silk stockings.

    CHAPTER II

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