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- v. Archaic A past participle of slide.
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- v. Past participle of slide
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- p. p. of slide.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Past participle of slide.
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Had the republicans won or Hillary, we would surely have slidden off that precipice.
That's why we have Obama in the White House; not enough freedom supporters in this back-slidden country.
It is clear, to use modern terms, that Lot was back-slidden as was his wife, to her destruction.
At the time, "Church Girl" had slidden far from grace, feeling cut off from every line of support I had ever known.
MAIER: You know, the culture has slidden towards Gomorrah.
They dispatched the past in a cheery talk; for the face of each was enough to show that it might have been troublous — as all past is — but had slidden into quiet satisfaction now, and a gentle flow of experience.
Before you go the fusuma are slidden back, and what was your room becomes part of a great, open, matted space — an arrangement which effectually prevents fustiness.
Why then is this people of Jerusalem slidden back by a perpetual backsliding? they hold fast deceit, they refuse to return.
All down the hill, descending to our camp, were fragments of columns and of decorated friezes of temples, that had evidently been rolled or had slidden down from their places.
Whilst the unhappy mother was thus pouring out her heart sorrow, Pollie had crept up, and in loving pity had slidden her small hand into her aged friend's in token of sympathy with her grief.