low footwear that can be slipped on and off easily; usually worn indoors
skidder: a person who slips or slides because of loss of traction
(slippered) shod with slippers
A slipper or houseshoe is a semi-closed type of indoor footwear, consisting of a sole held to the wearer's foot by a strap running over (or between) the toes or instep. Slippers are soft and lightweight compared to other types of footwear. ...
(Slippered) Short feathers covering the legs (tarsi) and the middle toe only. About the only slippered breeds are the English and Pigmy Pouters. (cf. muff & grouse legged)
(Slippering) A method of punishment. Most frequently practiced in the United Kingdom but also some of my United States readers admit to having been slippered. ...
(SLIPPERS) in 12th century, footwear which covered foot only to instep.
(SLIPPERS) Volunteers, who groom the track, remove ruts and snow between racers. This group has a training session to go over proper ways to slip. During race days, Slip Crews inject themselves between racers to side-slip a short section of the hill, between pre-defined pull-outs. ...
(Slippers) Loose, soft type of shoe for wearing indoors.
(Slippers) To dream of slippers, warns you that you are about to perform an unfortunate alliance or intrigue. You are likely to find favor with a married person which will result in trouble, if not scandal. ...
(slippers) Shoes without backs. Sometimes called "mules". Examples:
(slippers) Thin, lightweight climbing shoes, usually without laces, that offer great sensitivity but almost no support
A snug-fitting sport climbing shoe that is slipped on rather than laced. Popular for gym climbing and bouldering.
A reminder of the lakeside. Her luminous hair.
The type of slide where one sheet of glass moves over another to give an impression of movement, or to show two states of the similar object.
Warm and comfortable indoor shoes that can be enclosed, backless, open or close-toed and have rubber or suede soles.
A flat shoe that is easily slipped on, usually meant for indoor wear and lined for comfort and warmth.
n. 1. Whipping instrument with which a girl's school head mistress administers corporal punishment to an unruly student. The cane or birch is often used in boy's schools.
slipper clawfoot tubs are super soakers. The back or non-faucet end features a raised and curving back that's comfortable for lounging and resting one's head. In double slippers, the front/faucet end has a similar back, and the faucet is mounted on the side.
lamps are oval shaped and found mainly in the Levant. They were produced between the 3rd to 9th century CE. Decorations include vine scrolls, palm wreaths, and Greek letters.
On stationary Lower Lifter Seamers (no rotation, the Seaming Head rotates around the can) the can slips on the lower lifter plate during the seaming cycle.