Slippiness


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Slip´pi`ness


n.1.Slipperiness.
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We also need to let you know about the hazards of slippiness, although in this respect we are in competition with many solicitors who enjoy showing you graphic depictions of the consequences of slippiness in their adverts.
This time, while the glue sealed the wound, the "cling film" dressing added a slippiness, which meant patients did not aggravate it when they moved.
The starkest evidence of the slippiness of the track came in in the opener when favourite Super Say lost all chance by almost coming down at the bend past the stands.
With Nadal 3-2 up and about to begin serving for a 4-2 lead, chair umpire Steve Ullrich climbed down from his perch as light rain began to fall and checked the hardcourt surface for slippiness, sending the players back to their seats after two hours and one minute of play.