Definition of 'slippy'
Example sentences containing 'slippy'
A DEATH IN TIME (2002)
Here at the epicentre the rocks were darker and more slippy and that was about all.LOOKING FOR THE SPARK (2002)
But they are so unbalanced they both collapse headlong into a shiny, slippy pile of glossy property freesheets and pizza chain flyers.THE CHEEK PERFORATION DANCE (2002)
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Definition of slippy from the Collins English Dictionary
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