What is a slippery slope
Slippery: Luxembourgish translation, definition, meaning, synonyms, pronunciation, transcription, antonyms, examples
Watch your step. The floor is slippery.
The oil made the floor slippery and caused his sudden fall.
He's a slippery character, watch that he does not get out of your grasp.
Because of yesterday's heavy snow, the ground is very slippery. As soon as I stepped outside, I slipped and fell on my bottom.
Contractions seems to be a slippery slope towards illiteracy.
Cars with AWD stand out on slippery and wet surfaces.
You must admit this would present quite a slippery slope.
At the top of the stairs the flood separated at once. People were running in three different directions, turning gingerly on the slippery parquet floor.
I don't think any of us want to slide down that slippery slope.
Do you not get what a slippery slope this is for me?
From what Myrtle says about her sister, Edna, once they start, it's a slippery slope till they go.
Knowing the deep, dark secrets of your coworkers is a slippery slope.
Well, I don't wanna shoot it, that seems like a pretty slippery slope!
As I tried to stand, all I could accomplish was a futile thrashing with my arms and legs, and I slide further into the morass of slippery stuff.
Slightly lower ballistics coefficient, touch more slippery.
I think what Joy is trying to say is that water can make this surface very slippery.
Swarms of the enormously multiplied, glutted mice darted underfoot on the road by day and turned into a slippery, squealing, slithering mush when stepped on.
I did not like to hear this word so habitually on people's slippery tongues, and when the peasants used foul language, defiling their souls, it struck me to the heart.
Thanks for giving me a hand, but is too slippery.
The slippery body of the nymph swam agilely like a fish.
Slippery Robert trained by Robert Gleeson took the Irish Derby.
Meanwhile, Slippery and Steve come in with many hats and start singing a song called Silly Hat.
Watch out for slippery pavement.
Walton suggests Alfred Sidgwick should be credited as the first writer on informal logic to describe what would today be called a slippery slope argument.
For extremely slippery or steep snow, ice, and mixed rock and ice terrain climbers must use more advanced techniques, called ice climbing or mixed climbing.
In The Slippery Slope, Esmé was present when the Man with a Beard But No Hair and the Woman with Hair But No Beard show up to discuss some plans with Count Olaf.
Given the disagreement over what constitutes a genuine slippery slope argument, it is to be expected that there are differences in the way they are defined.
The economic advantages of these characteristics led to interrupted screw presses being used to dewater fibrous materials that are neither slippery nor slimy.
Various writers have attempted to produce a general taxonomy of these different kinds of slippery slope.
Slippery elm don't work on your schedule, Miss Ellison.
I see a little pair of hands clutching at a slippery, wet rope, sliding down into the dark water.
In 2006, Network Rail made public a high-tech plan to combat the effects of slippery rail.
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