Definitions

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  • adjective comparative form of slippy: more slippy

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Examples

  • But they don't agree with you - they think ripping CDs is a violation, regardless of the location of the originals. your slope gets slippier by the moment.

    Advisor: What should I do with my high school CD collection? Boing Boing

  • The slope from SPD's to inline skates is slippier than you think.

    Power Struggle: Sucking, and Sucking it Up

  • I'll still use my Boyes for wool knitting but these are perfect for slippier yarns like the Rowan Linen Drape I'm currently knitting a sweater from.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • I'll still use my Boyes for wool knitting but these are perfect for slippier yarns like the Rowan Linen Drape I'm currently knitting a sweater from.

    Back from Woolfest.

  • The slippery slope gets even slippier trying to answer these questions.

    Why the Indiana bill bothers me

  • Roads are often left with a covering of leaves and rain water and can be slippier than normal, motorists should adapt their driving to the conditions.

    icPerthshire

  • But she also happens to be his ex-wife - and she's slippier than an eel, determined to escape his clutches to pursue a hot lead on a murder coverup.

    canada.com Top Stories

  • Some say the clay based ones work. others say it makes it slippier.

    London SE1 community website

  • The Bachelor -- his statement did make me think a certain slope is about to get even slippier.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • As the Briton extended his world championship lead with another victory for Brawn Mercedes, it was the management of tyre changes that proved crucial as torrential rain made the Sepang circuit slippier than a skating rink.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

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