- Informal. slippery.
- Chiefly British. quick; alert; sharp.
Origin of slippy
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Examples from the Web for slippy
There was a crisp, white frost on the grass, but the middle of the road was not at all slippy.Terry
And what can folks do when it rains this way and the roads so slippy?Maw's Vacation
Because if your soles are as slippy as mine are, we shall never get up.Somehow Good
William de Morgan
It was darker now and there were stones and bits of wood on the strand and slippy seaweed.Ulysses
She says it is so slippy, every spoonful disappears so sudden it gives her an awful start.Bud
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