made without buttons, straps, zippers, etc., so as to be put on easily and quickly: a slip-on blouse; slip-on shoes.
something made this way, especially an article of clothing.
Origin of slip-on
First recorded in 1805–15; adj., noun use of verb phrase slip on
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Contemporary Examples of slip-on
And, of course, no warm weather spot would be without his infamous Adidas slip-on sandals and a pair of madras shorts.Look What Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan Wore On Their Hawaiian Vacation
April 25, 2013
Historical Examples of slip-on
(of a garment or shoe) made so as to be easily and quickly put on or off
a slip-on garment or shoe
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