slopey

Slopey - What does it mean?

slopey | |

Slopey vs Slope - What's the difference?

slopey | slope |


As adjectives the difference between slopey and slope

is that slopey is while slope is (obsolete) sloping.

As a noun slope is

an area of ground that tends evenly upward or downward.

As a verb slope is

(label) to tend steadily upward or downward.

As an adverb slope is

(obsolete) slopingly.

Sloper vs Slopey - What's the difference?

sloper | slopey |


As a noun sloper

is a climbing hold that has a smooth surface and sloping shape, making it difficult to hold.

As an adjective slopey is

.

Slopey vs Slopes - What's the difference?

slopey | slopes |


As an adjective slopey

is .

As a noun slopes is

.

As a verb slopes is

(slope).

Slopy vs Slopey - What's the difference?

slopy | slopey |


As adjectives the difference between slopy and slopey

is that slopy is sloping while slopey is .

Sloped vs Slopey - What's the difference?

sloped | slopey |


As adjectives the difference between sloped and slopey

is that sloped is that has or have a slope while slopey is .

As a verb sloped

is (slope).

Slopey vs Sloppy - What's the difference?

slopey | sloppy |


As adjectives the difference between slopey and sloppy

is that slopey is while sloppy is very wet; covered in or composed of slop.