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- v. To fall off a surface with a sliding or slipping movement, usually because the surface is inclined
- v. To leave a place, or a meeting, without being noticed
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When they got close to her, the Brother Bruce was riding sat down and allowed Bruce to slide off his back.
She'd stealthily unhooked the brooch holding her cape, and now she let the garment slide off her shoulders like a sheet, the folds catching a moment on her mount's tail and his eye distracted by its seductive drop.
When their blades met, Sulu did not feel the stiff resistance of before and he let his blade slide off the sinha’s sword and into the sinha’s body.
If I don’t slide off the upper deck and fall over the rail in the blackness of some storm-thrashed midnight, as I tightrope toward the head, I’ll be fine.
Laila watched the rain slide off Zalmai's scalp-he has asked that he be shaved, like Tariq, who is in charge now of saying the Babaloo prayers.
“Elby and Hiram and I are going,” Samuel piped up, catching his own jacket as it started to slide off the front bar of his walker.
Rita let the coat-like cardigan slide off of her shoulders and onto the floor.