slippery


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so smooth and glassy as to offer insecure hold or footing

characterized by or exhibiting evasion

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causing or tending to cause things to slip or slide

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not to be trusted

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NWS issued a weather advisory for the entire I-80 and Highway 50 corridors through Tahoe Basin and added slippery conditions of roads might persist till Monday as they are untreated.
Choose an anti-slip fibreglass GRP step cover that can help prevent accidents on slippery steps.
The "practical slippery slope" occurs when euthanasia is carried out in breach of the legal requirements as to either who may have access or the situations in which they must find themselves for euthanasia to be permissible.
Bete, however, lost control of the vehicle when the bus skidded because the road was slippery.
34sec, but is third-in at 4-1 behind 3-1 market leader Jaytee Jet and 7-2 Slippery Fred.
LiquiGlide's coatings are created by combining a textured solid with a liquid, resulting in a permanently wet slippery surface that enables viscous liquids to slide easily.
One way to overcome the pooling problem is to make dark matter less slippery.
We think it's because he's not used to the slippery texture.
A wet floor is a slippery floor--everybody knows that.
But it was Norton who forged ahead as the home side held it together better against adverse weather conditions and a slippery surface and Guisborough's heads started dropping.
He received his bachelor's degree at Slippery Rock State College, Slippery Rock, Pa.
RESCUERS took four hours to rescue three people who had become stuck on dangerously slippery rocks.
Beauty over 40 is a slippery slope, but the life experience and knowledge we gain can make us sexier with age," the Daily Mail quoted her as saying.
They are a roadside hazard and, because the road is patently not slippery, are totally ignored.
The ground was slippery and a health and safety expert concluded that the lifelong farmer may have lost his footing.