Examples of slippage in a Sentence
The boot's sole prevents slippage.
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The works solidified, as the pizza’s cheese cooled, into a mass; there was, unfortunately, between the pizza’s foundation and its toppings, a lot of slippage.
The book has the velocity of a thriller yet the causal slippages associated with high modernist writing like Beckett’s or Kafka’s.
Even assuming a bit of slippage, don’t wisdom and expertise make up for declines in physical or mental vigor?
Attendance and television ratings for the NFL have declined in recent years, but league officials have said that the slippage began before the anthem protests began.
But Fox's regional games on Sunday reportedly were down 28 percent, suggesting the Bears' slippage could have been much worse, with its national game off 17 percent.
But even if Gillespie slightly underperforms among white-collar whites, other Republicans, especially in more working-class states, may still consider that slippage an acceptable price for mobilizing the Trump constituency.
But at his age, any slippage will be followed by inevitable questions.
The testing detected significant differences in strength and in knot slippage, which could affect bleeding.
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