slip off

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Antonyms for slip off

take off with ease or speed

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Rudolph helped put on 54 until driving a ball from Charlie Morris to mid-off on 11 and Bragg completed his fifty from 54 balls before David Lloyd was taken at second slip off Shantry.
But he was left stranded on 34 as Michael Reed (eight) was taken at first slip off Hall.
Michael Thornely, dropped twice, was also taken at slip off the bowling of Tom Smith, while Chapple knocked back Ned Eckersley's off stump and Kerrigan had Matt Boyce caught at short leg as Leicestershire's top order collapsed.
It can become very painful when shoes are a bit loose and slip off while walking which in turn affects comfort and elegance.
Mitchell, dropped at second slip off Adams on 36, ploughed on to 53 from 170 balls before giving wicketkeeper Chris Read his third catch, but at 181 for six Worcestershire justified their decision to play an extra batsman.
NSPCC policy adviser Dr Zoe Hilton said: "I would hope the authorities would make sure he does not slip off to another country.
WHEN heavy snow brought down part of tenant Laura Capper's guttering she contacted the city council at once because it had left a hole in her roof and the tiles were liable to slip off.
Marillier blends a variety of fantasy elements into her story: the sisters who slip off to dance in the fairy kingdom, the enchanted frog, and the legends of the bloodthirsty vampires of the region.
If these far-flung people could only slip off labels like caretaker, deaf-mute, tourist, and foreigner, they would realize they are speaking exactly the same language.
Yes, the publicity-conscious Ms Mills is determined to hang on in there and just to ensure she doesn't slip off the radar she's also announced she MIGHT be taking a trip to war-torn Sudan - with a film crew and a celebrity magazine naturally.
He was a little stiff on his front leg, which caused him to slip off (the mound) a little bit.