The work-logged physician's weekly holiday came to be respected in slippy Bend.
There was a crisp, white frost on the grass, but the middle of the road was not at all slippy.
Our mounts'll be tied up along by the wheelers, so as we kin get at 'em slippy ef we want.
Because if your soles are as slippy as mine are, we shall never get up.
And what can folks do when it rains this way and the roads so slippy?
It was darker now and there were stones and bits of wood on the strand and slippy seaweed.
slippy McGee had been the greatest cracksman in all America.
We couldn't get to the station at slippy Bend in time if we tried.
We had an ill walk, for there hath been frost after snow, and the roads be slippy as they were greased with butter.
Why, what do you suppose you'd have done with little old slippy?
Quick; fast (1847+)