sliddery

adjective
slid·dery | \ˈslidərē\

Definition of sliddery 

1 chiefly dialectal : offering insecure footing : slippery, slick

2 dialectal, British : tricky, untrustworthy

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History and Etymology for sliddery

Middle English slidery, from slideren to slidder + -y

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