slipnoose

or slip noose

[slip-noos]

Origin of slipnoose

First recorded in 1840–50; slip1 + noose
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Examples from the Web for slipnoose

Historical Examples of slipnoose

  • This done, he made a slipnoose on one end of a piece of twine.

    Left on the Labrador

    Dillon Wallace

  • Those bought at stores have a metal knot or honda through which the slipnoose runs; but cowboys and Boy Scouts do not need this.


British Dictionary definitions for slipnoose

slipnoose

noun
  1. a noose made with a slipknot, so that it tightens when pulled
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