slip

slip
I 1. verb
1)

she slipped on the ice

Syn:
slide, skid, glide; fall (over), lose one's balance, tumble
2)

the envelope slipped through Luke's fingers

Syn:
fall, drop, slide
3)

we slipped out by a back door

Syn:
creep, steal, sneak, slide, sidle, slope, slink, tiptoe
4)

standards have slipped

Syn:
decline, deteriorate, degenerate, worsen, get worse, fall (off), drop; informal go downhill, go to the dogs, go to pot
5)

the stock index slipped 30 points

Syn:
drop, go down, sink, slump, decrease, depreciate
6)

the hours slipped by

Syn:
pass, elapse, go by/past, roll by/past, fly by/past, tick by/past
7)

she slipped the map into her pocket

Syn:
put, tuck, shove; informal pop, stick, stuff
8)

Sarah slipped into a black skirt

Syn:
put on, pull on, don, dress/clothe oneself in; change into
9)

she slipped out of her clothes

Syn:
take off, remove, pull off, doff, peel off
10)

he slipped the knot of his tie

Syn:
untie, unfasten, undo
2. noun
1)

a single slip could send them plummeting downward

Syn:
false step, misstep, slide, skid, fall, tumble
2)

a careless slip

Syn:
mistake, error, blunder, gaffe, slip of the tongue/pen; oversight, omission, lapse, inaccuracy; informal slip-up, boo-boo, howler, goof, blooper
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3)

a silk slip

Syn:
underskirt, petticoat
II noun

they took slips from rare plants

- a slip of a
Syn:
cutting, graft; scion, shoot, offshoot

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