slip-on

noun
\ˈslip-ˌȯn, -ˌän\

Definition of slip-on 

: an article of clothing that is easily slipped on or off: such as

a : a glove or shoe without fastenings

b : a garment (such as a girdle) that one steps into and pulls up

c : pullover

First Known Use of slip-on

1815, in the meaning defined above

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slip-on

noun

English Language Learners Definition of slip-on

: a shoe that does not have ties, buckles, etc., and that you can put on or take off very easily

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