Definition of Sliped

1. slipe [v] - See also: slipe



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sliped

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

Literary usage of Sliped

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Shortest and Most Convenient Route: Lewis and Clark in Context by Robert S. Cox (2004)
"Side which has sliped into the river and filled up Vs of the river. ... Side laterly sliped into the river. (Clark, July 31, 1806) Lewis and Clark were not ..."

2. Wool and Manufactures of Wool by Worthington Chauncey Ford (1894)
"sliped " WOOL.—The Department is in receipt of a letter from the appraiser at your port, dated the 13th ultimo, in which information is asked as to the ..."

3. Publications by American Folklore Society (1904)
"... up so as to be just above the ankles at the bottom, the belt is sliped up, ... behind it is held tight round the waist & the belt then sliped down over ..."

4. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register by Henry Fitz-Gilbert Waters (1879)
"... was reconciled to the church. a distracted man at Hartford, stumbled or sliped at the dore, a child, by, laughed, he tooke an ax & killed the child, ..."

5. New Zealand Official Yearbook by New Zealand Dept. of Statistics (1900)
"... to the total quantities exported during the last three years are :— Toan. 1897 1898 Greasy. Scoured and sliped. 1899 Per Cent. 78-87 7862 7754 Per Cent. ..."

6. Publications of the Buffalo Historical Society by Buffalo Historical Society (1904)
"... up so as to be just above the ankles at the bottom, the belt is sliped up, ... behind it is held tight round the waist & the belt then sliped down over ..."

7. Recently Recovered "lost" Tudor Plays: With Some Others, Comprising Mankind by John Stephen Farmer, Henry Medwall, John Redford (1907)
"sliped, " sliped down to the hard knee " (N77,c), sloped : note the rhyme with " striped." SLIPPER, " A slipper sugar-mouthed ..."

8. Original Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition: 1804-1806 by Reuben Gold Thwaites (2002)
"N.70° E. to a Bluff on the Lard Side which has sliped into -> the river and filled up % of the river on the top a yellowish v Gritty Stone of 20 feet thick ..."

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