Thesaurus / slipperiness
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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They laughed together over the fact that the stove did not draw, over the slipperiness of fish in the pan.

Main StreetSinclair Lewis

In his memory he felt the slashing rain, the slipperiness of the wet anchor line.

The Flying StingareeHarold Leland Goodwin

Their slipperiness is exhausted in the preliminary negotiations.

His weight told, and he dragged her up from the hole and they fell together on the floor outside the zone of slipperiness.

What really is concluded is not the question, but the slipperiness of the man who argues.

At nine the mercury was at 4° below zero, and the slipperiness was fearful.

As I alighted from the train, I had almost come to the ground through the slipperiness of the platform, which was coated with ice.

A Boy's Voyage Round the WorldThe Son of Samuel Smiles

The descent was steep and necessarily slow from the slipperiness of the desiccated pine needles that had fallen from above.

We played at Princeton when the field at that time combined the elements of stickiness and slipperiness to an unbelievable extent.

Football DaysWilliam H. Edwards

Thou wert always like a very popple for hardness, and smoothness, ay, and slipperiness.

The Armourer's PrenticesCharlotte M. Yonge

WORDS RELATED TO SLIPPERINESS

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.