adjective, slim·i·er, slim·i·est.
Origin of slimy
Examples from the Web for slimy
Contemporary Examples of slimy
The slimy, childish, petulant Viserys starts off as a symbol of everything about Targaryen rule Westeros has rejected.
Some are too bright, in terms of fire, and some are full of wet, slimy, nasty stuff.Is Hell Real?
February 8, 2013
Yes, mold—that slimy, amorphous crud that shows up when things get damp.Hurricane Sandy Won’t Bring a Mold Epidemic
November 4, 2012
Then the idealist's slimy past seemed to catch up with him: facing police investigations, he resigned.The Man on a Mud-Stained Horse
October 22, 2012
Greg Smith woke up one morning this month, covered from head to toe in icky, slimy Vampire-Squid ink.Goldman Sachs Executive Quits in a New York Times Piece, Did He Just Realize What Goldman Does?
March 14, 2012
Historical Examples of slimy
"Dry or slimy, you would be just the same dear old Dick," she whispered.Viviette
William J. Locke
His descent into the street was like the descent into a slimy aquarium from which the water had been run off.The Secret Agent
Sheet and pillow-case were slimy with oil, yet the chamois-skin bag was safe.It Happened in Egypt
C. N. Williamson
Now and then a snake drew away its slimy length and Dick shuddered.The Rock of Chickamauga
Joseph A. Altsheler
Frantically he tugged and tore at the slimy rope, hauling with a will and a prayer.The Black Bag
Louis Joseph Vance