Definition of Slipe

1. to peel [v SLIPED, SLIPING, SLIPES] - See also: peel



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Slipe

slipage
slipboard
slipboards
slipcase
slipcased
slipcases
slipcasting
slipcastings
slipcoat
slipcover
slipcovered
slipcovering
slipcovers
slipdress
slipdresses
slipe (current term)
sliped
slipes
slipform
slipformed
slipforming
slipforms
sliping
slipknot
slipknots
slipless
slipmat
slipmats
slipout
slipouts

Literary usage of Slipe

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1. A Glossary of Words Pertaining to the Dialect of Mid-Yorshire: With Others by C. Clough Robinson (1876)
"Slink [slingk], v. to loiter about Slink off [slingk-aof'], v. to stea away sneakingly or covertly. Slip [slip], a pinafore. slipe ..."

2. Publications by English Dialect Society (1890)
"slipe, v. to draw off a tegument, as the skin of an eel, or anything that slips off easily. See Slape. ..."

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