adjective (slippier, slippiest)• informal
- Slippery: the towpath was slippy with mud slippy tyresMore example sentences
- Some natural floor coverings are unsuitable for stairs as they can become polished and slippy with use.
- He told the Gazette: ‘It was a bit misty on top, a bit boggy and the rocks were a bit slippy as well, but the mist cleared.’
- We were very shocked when we arrived I have no idea how he managed to stay up there because the roof was damp and very slippy.
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- And varying chemical groups and molecular weight can tweak the viscosity and slippiness of the product.
- With regards to the slippiness of the stainless, will it be any more slippy than a tiled floor?
- She asked if the road was bad, and I said I hadn't felt any slippiness yet, but was driving with extra caution.
More definitions of slippyDefinition of slippy in:
- The US English dictionary