verb (used with object)
- slipped disc,
- slipped disk,
- slipped hernia,
- slipper bath,
- slipper chair,
- slipper foot,
- slipper satin,
- slipper sock
Origin of slipper1
adjective Older Use.
Origin of slipper2
Examples from the Web for slipper
Three types of footwear -- including a brogue, a plimsoll, and an evening slipper -- established the basis for Katrantzou's theme.
Snooki, meanwhile, has added a new line of platform flip-flops to her slipper line.
The devi said that they had found the slipper—he swore, but the merchant would not believe him.Georgian Folk Tales|Unknown
She bent forward, arranging the ribbon of a slipper, and her mouth met his in a long kiss.Cytherea|Joseph Hergesheimer
That slipper had fitted the slim foot of some littler maid than Christina!"Persons Unknown"|Virginia Tracy
The one in the center should try to catch any player who thus slaps him before the slipper is passed to another player.Games for the Playground, Home, School and Gymnasium|Jessie H. Bancroft
Whether the slipper were of verre or of vair is a matter of no moment.Popular Tales|Charles Perrault
type of loose, light indoor footwear, late 15c., agent noun from slip (v.), the notion being of a shoe that is "slipped" onto the foot. Old English had slypescoh "slipper," literally "slip-shoe."