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- adjective ceramics Not prepared with
slip(mix of clay and water).
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Instantly he sprang up, unslipped the grille, and peered inside.
Tides Of Light Benford, Gregory, 1941- 1989
Tripod bowls in unslipped 'kitchen' ware (VIII, Fig. 8).
How to Observe in Archaeology Various
Ardan unslipped Conbeg and the hound went amongst the birds.
The Boy Who Knew What The Birds Said Padraic Colum 1926
Almost at the moment her head touched the coarse, unslipped pillow, she fell into a deep sleep, from which hours later she was awakened by an insistent tap, tap, tap, tap, tap, tap.
The Gold Girl 1921
The Moros silently unslipped their knives, and dextrously removed the skin.
He looked, at me, my foolish hesitation having perhaps unslipped a suspicion that was straining at its leash.
She frowned, and taking the packet from its resting place, unslipped the band and spread out its contents.
Out of the Ashes Ethel Watts Mumford 1909
But there was only joy of it aboard; we stood gladly as the _Celsis_ heeled to it, and rising free as an unslipped hound, sent the spray flying in clouds, and dipped her decks to the foam which washed her.
The Iron Pirate A Plain Tale of Strange Happenings on the Sea Max Pemberton 1906
Captain Branscome had unslipped his gun, and stood eyeing the Doctor with a puzzled frown.
Poison Island Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch 1903
"It was a grand long shot!" said Sandy, as he unslipped the sagacious old retriever, and sent her down into the glen.
Macleod of Dare William Black 1869