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slight small in amount or degree. [8 definitions]
slighting constituting a slight or an act of discourtesy.
slightly to a small degree or by a small amount; a little. [2 definitions]
slim attractively thin in form; slender. [3 definitions]
slime an offensive slippery liquid, such as thin, viscous mud or the skin secretions of fish. [2 definitions]
slime mold any of various funguslike organisms characterized by a noncellular, motile phase and a propagative, spore-bearing phase.
slim pickings the small number of items that remain after others have been chosen or eliminated, the choice among which is now very limited.
slimy consisting of or like slime. [3 definitions]
sling1 a broad piece of cloth that is tied around the neck to support an injured arm or hand. [5 definitions]
sling2 a sweet alcoholic drink that is flavored with lemon or lime and usu. made with gin.
slingshot a small hand-held weapon consisting of an elastic strap attached to a Y-shaped stick, used to shoot stones and the like.
slink to move as if afraid or ashamed; go quietly so as to avoid attention.
slinky moving quietly, fearfully, or guiltily; furtive. [2 definitions]
slip1 to move easily, without any resistance. [18 definitions]
slip2 a cutting from a plant, intended for propagation. [4 definitions]
slipcase a protective boxlike case for books, with one end open.
slipcover a fitted removable covering for a piece of furniture.
slipknot a knot tied so that the loop can be easily expanded or pulled tight.
slip-on constructed so as to be easily put on and taken off. [2 definitions]
slipover a piece of clothing that is put on by pulling it over the head, such as a sleeveless sweater; pullover.
slippage the action of slipping. [2 definitions]