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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of slope.
- adj. That has or have a slope.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Decayed with dampness; rotten: said of potatoes and pease.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having an oblique or slanted direction
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The green is thin and severely sloped from the front to the back right.
From this point the mountain sloped down on three sides; the fourth carried over the ridge to the neighboring hill.
Along about the time Orion's sword sloped down the west Chabot heard their gruntled noises and the scurry of the flock.
His neck is adorned with a single torque, and he carries a long heavy sword sloped over his right shoulder.
The side is quite sloped, which is nice - good drainage.
The recapitalization of the ramps will include features such as sloped surfaces for drainage, open ditches, and underground storm water piping.
I made the mistake of making it in a dish that had kind of sloped sides, which meant that the bars were a little thicker than they are supposed to be and were a little tougher on the sides than I would of liked, but all in all, these were fabulous.
Then once that happened, he really started to lose some credibility, and it's kind of sloped downhill from there.
No, sir, Jake was not murdered, he just 'sloped' to get away from his devilish second-hand relatives.
We cut the back and the front breadths, and duly "sloped" the latter.