Often it has been on the tip of my tongue, and then it slipped away from me.
Andrew Lanning slipped to the door and turned the key in the lock.
He whispered to the marshal that he would return, and slipped through the window.
He slipped to the door in turn with a step so noiseless that even Jud wondered.
He must have slipped his cousin's leash, for he was at the Nicaragua almost as soon as I was.
So the winter slipped away, and the spring with its sunshine followed.
Stoliker slipped the handcuffs into his pocket again, and mounted his horse.
That night he slipped through the dark, like a hyena pup, to Ringwood.
Linda picked it up, untied the string, and slipped off the wrapping.
She slipped into the dress and struggled with its many and intricate fastenings.