slape

Terms vs Slape - What's the difference?

terms | slape |


As a noun terms

is .

As an adjective slape is

(uk|dialect) slippery; smooth.

Slape vs Slap - What's the difference?

slape | slap |


As an adjective slape

is (uk|dialect) slippery; smooth.

As a noun slap is

a blow, especially one given with the open hand, or with something broad and flat.

As a verb slap is

to give a slap.

As an adverb slap is

exactly, precisely.

Slape vs Swape - What's the difference?

slape | swape |


As an adjective slape

is (uk|dialect) slippery; smooth.

As a noun swape is

a bar or pole used as a lever, swivel handle eg on the end of a shaft.

Slype vs Slape - What's the difference?

slype | slape |


As a noun slype

is (architecture) a covered passageway, especially one connecting the transept of a cathedral or monastery to the chapter house.

As an adjective slape is

(uk|dialect) slippery; smooth.

Slape vs Stape - What's the difference?

slape | stape |


As an adjective slape

is (uk|dialect) slippery; smooth.

As a noun stape is

(dialect) a staple.

Snape vs Slape - What's the difference?

snape | slape |


As a verb snape

is (shipbuilding) to bevel the end of a timber to fit against an inclined surface or snape can be .

As an adjective slape is

(uk|dialect) slippery; smooth.

Slape vs Slane - What's the difference?

slape | slane |


As an adjective slape

is (uk|dialect) slippery; smooth.

As a noun slane is

(ireland) a spade for cutting turf or peat, consisting of an iron flat-bladed head and a long wooden shaft.

Slapt vs Slape - What's the difference?

slapt | slape |


As a verb slapt

is (obsolete) (slap).

As an adjective slape is

(uk|dialect) slippery; smooth.

Slaie vs Slape - What's the difference?

slaie | slape |


As a noun slaie

is a weaver's reed; a sley.

As an adjective slape is

(uk|dialect) slippery; smooth.

Slape vs Slipe - What's the difference?

slape | slipe |


As an adjective slape

is (uk|dialect) slippery; smooth.

As a noun slipe is

a sledge runner on which a skip is dragged in a mine.

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