- v move stealthily
- v insert inconspicuously or quickly or quietly
- v move obliquely or sideways, usually in an uncontrolled manner
- v get worse
My grades are slipping
- v move smoothly and easily
- v to make a mistake or be incorrect
- v pass on stealthily
- v move easily
- v cause to move with a smooth or sliding motion
- v pass out of one's memory
- v move out of position
- s moving as on a slippery surface
his slipping and slithering progress over the ice
- Is Afghanistan slipping out of America's control? It's an especially relevant question at a time when Pentagon planners are holding up Afghanistan as a template for possible .
- She may not have her game back, but she's slowed and maybe stopped the two-week-old "she's slipping" storyline.
- Many of his fellow militants have also mellowed and are slipping out of the shadows of revolutionary Iran to acknowledge their roles, admit to a few regrets and argue that their .
News & Articles
- Rask too tough for Chicago in Boston's 2-1 OT win
CHICAGO (AP) - The Chicago Blackhawks peppered Tuukka Rask with rapid-fire shots. Tried to sneak up on him from behind. Played hot potato with the puck in front of the net in hopes of catching him off-guard and slipping one by. None of it worked. The goalie made 33 saves Saturday night ...
June 16, 2013 - The Washington Times
- Police: Iowa Man Who Escaped Handcuffs Returns
IOWA CITY, Iowa - An Iowa City man who police say eluded arrest after slipping out of his handcuffs has turned himself in. Authorities say 22-year-old Pedro Gemartino showed up Wednesday at the Johnson County Jail to face several charges stemming from an incident on May 30th.
June 15, 2013 - KCRG-TV9 Cedar Rapids
- Legislative dealing trips trust
Thumbs down to the Minnesota Senate leaders for slipping a new $89.5 million building for Senate offices into the recently passed state tax bill in the last hours of the session.
June 15, 2013 - Mankato Free Press
- Batista in 940 News
The child said, 'Daddy, I'm slipping. Daddy, I'm slipping,' Vidal said. A lot of people had to choose between losing one child and losing another one,said Liony Batista, a project manager for Food for the Poor, an international Christian...
- Dustin Pedroia in USA Today
The scene switched in a blink,Boston second baseman Dustin Pedroia said. "Everything is kind of slipping away, but we're still playing. If we don't win, we go home. We've got to get to the ballpark and get a win."
- Roy Jones in USA Today
He was slipping some really good punches,Jones said. "I was missing knocking him out by about an inch on some of those shots."