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1slipper

adjective slip·per \ˈsli-pər\

Definition of SLIPPER

chiefly dialect
:  slippery

Origin of SLIPPER

Middle English, from Old English slipor; akin to Middle Low German slipper slippery, slippen to slip
First Known Use: before 12th century

2slipper

noun

: a light, soft shoe that is easily put on and taken off and that is worn indoors

Full Definition of SLIPPER

:  a light low-cut shoe that is easily slipped on the foot
slip·pered \-pərd\ adjective

Origin of SLIPPER

Middle English, from slippen to slip
First Known Use: 15th century

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