slipt

Slipt vs Slipped - What's the difference?

slipt | slipped |


As verbs the difference between slipt and slipped

is that slipt is (archaic) (slip) while slipped is (slip).

As an adjective slipped is

(heraldry) (of a plant) with part of the stalk displayed.

Slipt vs Slips - What's the difference?

slipt | slips |


As a verb slipt

is (archaic) (slip).

As a noun slips is

.

Skipt vs Slipt - What's the difference?

skipt | slipt |


As verbs the difference between skipt and slipt

is that skipt is past tense of skip while slipt is past tense of slip.

Slipt vs Sipt - What's the difference?

slipt | sipt |


As verbs the difference between slipt and sipt

is that slipt is past tense of slip while sipt is past tense of sip.

Slipt vs Clipt - What's the difference?

slipt | clipt |


As verbs the difference between slipt and clipt

is that slipt is past tense of slip while clipt is past tense of clip.

Slipt vs Flipt - What's the difference?

slipt | flipt |


As verbs the difference between slipt and flipt

is that slipt is (archaic) (slip) while flipt is (obsolete) (flip).

Slipt vs Slipe - What's the difference?

slipt | slipe |


As a verb slipt

is past tense of slip.

As a noun slipe is

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

Slipt vs Slapt - What's the difference?

slipt | slapt |


As verbs the difference between slipt and slapt

is that slipt is (archaic) (slip) while slapt is (obsolete) (slap).

Slip vs Slipt - What's the difference?

slip | slipt |


As verbs the difference between slip and slipt

is that slip is to lose one's traction on a slippery surface; to slide due to a lack of friction while slipt is past tense of slip.

As a noun slip

is mud, slime.

Slit vs Slipt - What's the difference?

slit | slipt |


As verbs the difference between slit and slipt

is that slit is to cut a narrow opening while slipt is past tense of slip.

As a noun slit

is a narrow cut or opening; a slot.

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