adjective, slippier, slippiest.
Informal. slippery.
Chiefly British. quick; alert; sharp.
adjective -pier, -piest
(informal or dialect) another word for slippery (sense 1), slippery (sense 2)
(Brit, informal) alert; quick
slip something over on someone


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