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slivovitz a dry, usu. colorless and bitter plum brandy of eastern Europe.
slob (informal) an untidy, sloppy, or mannerless person.
slobber to let liquid, esp. saliva, dribble from the mouth; drool. [5 definitions]
sloe the blackthorn. [2 definitions]
sloe-eyed having soft, very dark eyes. [2 definitions]
sloe gin a gin liqueur flavored with sloe.
slog to walk steadily and with a heavy gait; plod. [4 definitions]
slogan a short phrase used to summarize a principle or political message or to advertise a product; motto.
sloganeer a person who invents or uses slogans. [2 definitions]
sloganize to communicate (an idea, value, or the like) by using a slogan.
sloop a fore-and-aft-rigged sailboat with one mast, a mainsail, and a jib.
slop to cause (liquid) to spill or splash. [9 definitions]
slope to incline or slant upwards or downwards, as a hill. [5 definitions]
sloppy wet or muddy. [5 definitions]
sloppy Joe (often l.c.) spicy ground meat cooked in tomato sauce and served on a bun.
slosh to move with a splashing sound through water, slush, or mud. [6 definitions]
sloshed (slang) drunk.
slot a long, narrow indentation or opening into which something may be put. [4 definitions]
sloth dislike of work or exercise; laziness. [2 definitions]
slothful lazy.
slot machine a gambling or vending machine operated or started by inserting a coin or token into a slot.