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bowline a knot that will not slip or jam, used for making a loop at the end of a rope. [1/2 definitions]
coupon a small printed slip of paper that entitles the bearer to something of value or potential, such as a discount or a chance in a sweepstakes. [1/3 definitions]
elapse to slip by or come to an end, as a period of time or something limited to a period of time. [1/2 definitions]
escape to slip out from by mistake, as a remark or comment. [1/10 definitions]
fortune cookie a hollow Chinese cookie made from a folded circle of thin dough, containing a slip of paper with a proverb, prediction, or the like.
jam1 to disable by causing a part to stick, catch, or slip. [1/12 definitions]
jump of a train, to slip off (the track). [1/20 definitions]
label a slip of paper or cloth tag that bears information as to the contents, destination, owner, or use of something to which it is attached. [1/7 definitions]
lapse to slip into disuse. [1/9 definitions]
lapsus (Latin) an error, slip, or lapse.
loafer (cap.) trademark for a casual slip-on shoe with a flat heel. [1/2 definitions]
petticoat a woman's underskirt, like a slip or half-slip but usu. fuller and more ornamented with lace, ruffles, or bows.
prolapse to fall or slip out of place. [1/2 definitions]
receipt a written slip acknowledging that an amount of money or goods was received. [3/5 definitions]
shim a thin wedge or slip of wood, metal, or other material inserted to level something, or to make parts, as of a door frame or machine, fit better. [1/2 definitions]
shoehorn a curved implement shaped to be inserted into the heel of a shoe so it will slip onto the foot more easily. [1/2 definitions]
shrug off to slip out of (a garment worn on or over the shoulders). [1/3 definitions]
sideslip to slip or skid to the side, as in skiing. [1/3 definitions]
slide to slip or slip down by accident. [1/14 definitions]
ticket a small, usu. narrow slip of thin cardboard or paper, serving as evidence of prepayment of the fare, fee, or admission price of some event, service, or the like. [1/10 definitions]