Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To cleave; split; divide.
- n. A slice; a chip.
- To slide.
- To sneak; skulk; proceed in a sly way; creep; idle away time.
- To slip on; put on: with on.
- v. transitive To cut; split; separate.
- v. transitive To cut or slice something off; separate by slicing.
- n. dialectal A slice or sliver; slip, chip.
- v. dialectal, Northern England, Scotland To sneak; skulk; proceed in a sly way; creep.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. Prov. Eng. To sneak.
- v. obsolete To cut; to split; to separate.
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