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Synonyms for slide

Synonyms for slide

to pass smoothly, quietly, and undisturbed on or as if on a slippery surface

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to ride on a sled in the snow

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to move smoothly, continuously, and effortlessly

to move along in a crouching or prone position

to maneuver gently and slowly into place

to lose one's balance and fall or almost fall

to shift or be shifted out of place

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Synonyms for slide

a small flat rectangular piece of glass on which specimens can be mounted for microscopic study

(geology) the descent of a large mass of earth or rocks or snow etc

(music) rapid sliding up or down the musical scale

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plaything consisting of a sloping chute down which children can slide

the act of moving smoothly along a surface while remaining in contact with it

a transparency mounted in a frame

sloping channel through which things can descend

move obliquely or sideways, usually in an uncontrolled manner

move smoothly along a surface

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References in classic literature ?
She falls stern first, our beam upon her; slides like a lost soul down that pitiless ladder of light, and the Atlantic takes her.
Here she will stay a shutterless observatory; a life-boat station; a salvage tug; a court of ultimate appeal-cum-meteorological bureau for three hundred miles in all directions, till Wednesday next when her relief slides across the stars to take her buffeted place.
Tim slides open the aft colloid and reveals the curve of the world--the ocean's deepest purple--edged with fuming and intolerable gold.
He dropped the piece of quartz, slid down the slide, and started up the trail, running heavily.
He worked artfully, loosing slide after slide of the red soil and sending it streaming down and covering up all he had uncovered, hiding from the light of day the treasure he had discovered.
Pretty bad, that slide," he answered, still gazing away and thrilling to her touch.
But I'd sure like to see any blamed old slide get the best of me, that's all.
Say," he said, with sudden fierceness, "don't you go fooling around that slide until after I get the trees in and rooted.
Sometimes he started small slides of earth that covered up his work and compelled him to dig again.
Pickwick performed his share in the ceremony; to watch the torture of anxiety with which he viewed the person behind, gaining upon him at the imminent hazard of tripping him up; to see him gradually expend the painful force he had put on at first, and turn slowly round on the slide, with his face towards the point from which he had started; to contemplate the playful smile which mantled on his face when he had accomplished the distance, and the eagerness with which he turned round when he had done so, and ran after his predecessor, his black gaiters tripping pleasantly through the snow, and his eyes beaming cheerfulness and gladness through his spectacles.
People who want to slide can register online at the event's website and get tickets.
However, many commercial inflatable businesses are reluctant to add a water slide inflatable product to their inventory.
Thanks to technical advances, it is now possible for labs to affordably purchase small direct-to-slide printers for each workstation, enabling clinical laboratory professionals to print patient information directly on the slide.
At the mid-range position, tighten your abdominals and right glute, and then slide by "pulling" the right foot/leg forward in a slow and deliberate manner until you return to a standing position.
Last month, the band that MTV dubbed ``the Andy Warhols of the underground'' packed up its slide projector and toured the U.