Definition of Sliddery

1. Adjective. (dialectal or obsolete) Slippery. ¹



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Definition of Sliddery

1. slippery [adj] - See also: slippery

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sliddery

slickly
slickness
slicknesses
slickrock
slickrocks
slicks
slickster
slicksters
slickwater
slid
slidable
slidden
slidder
sliddered
slidders
sliddery (current term)
slide-show
slide-tackle
slide action
slide by
slide down
slide fastener
slide guitar
slide guitars
slide micrometer
slide off
slide projector
slide rule
slide rules

Literary usage of Sliddery

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1. Scottish Reminiscences by Sir Archibald Geikie (1904)
"Highland Chiefs—Second Marquess of Breadalbane ; late Duke of Argyll. Ayrshire Lairds—TF Kennedy of Dunure; 'sliddery Braes'; ..."

2. Scottish Reminiscences by Archibald Geikie (1904)
"Highland Chiefs—Second Marquess of Breadalbane ; late Duke of Argyll. Ayrshire Lairds—TF Kennedy of Dunure; 'sliddery Braes' ; Smith of ..."

3. Ossian and the Clyde: Fingal in Ireland. Oscar in Iceland, Or Ossian by Peter Hately Waddell (1875)
"... the great stream—now sliddery water, then the fiord of sliddery and one of the largest in the island— on the banks of which, to the west, ..."

4. Ossian and the Clyde: Fingal in Ireland. Oscar in Iceland, Or Ossian by Peter Hately Waddell (1875)
"... and sliddery—one of the bleakest in all Arran, and across which the first tidings of her ... the great stream—now sliddery water, then the fiord of ..."

5. Summary of Progress of the Geological Survey of Great Britain and the Museum by Geological Survey of Great Britain (1898)
"The principal sections are found in three parallel, small, nameless branches of the main stream of the sliddery Water, which rise in the higher ground to ..."

6. Ossian and the Clyde, Fingal in Ireland, Oscar in Ireland, Or Ossian by Peter Hately Waddell (1875)
"... and sliddery—one of the bleakest in all Arran, and across which the first tidings of her ... the great stream—now sliddery water, then the fiord of ..."

7. A Dictionary of Lowland Scotch: With an Introductory Chapter Onthe Poetry by Charles Mackay (1888)
"There's a sliddery stanc afore the ha' door. [It is sometimes dangerous to visit great houses.] —ALLAN RAMSAY'S Scots Proverbs, Though I to foreign lands ..."

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