How to use Slip-out in a sentence

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  • I tried frantically to slip out of my blunder.

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  • Edith's managed to slip out and meet me a half dozen times over the years, but that's it.

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  • On the 29th of July the " Guillaume Tell " endeavoured to slip out in the night.

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  • Are you going to let him slip out of your hands or are you going to do something?

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  • Napoleon now modified the simple plan prepared for Latouche Treville, and began laying elaborate plans by which French vessels were to slip out and sail for distant seas, to draw the British fleet after them, and then return to concentrate in the Channel.

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  • In the Roman period a larger stone was used, with a rectangular slab (96) sliding on it, in which a long trough held the grain and let it slip out below for grinding.

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  • In people where the groove is too shallow, their patella may actually slip out of the groove, causing a patellar dislocation.

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  • The leg holes make the hammock secure, ensuring the baby cannot slip out.

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  • So when it's dark I take secateurs and slip out to the ill-lit street.

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  • As the Peace Center was taking on a somewhat warlike character, I chose to call in the authorities and slip out the back.

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  • So when it 's dark I take secateurs and slip out to the ill-lit street.

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  • Such a big effort went into that exhibition that it seemed a pity to let it all slip out of our memories.

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  • Last year, on a French trip my best friend let my crush slip out to him, partly because she liked him too.

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  • After the comments that The Hulk made, it's time for the Hogan family to just slip out of the spotlight and work on their issues.

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  • Many small dogs are naturally shy about large, unknown objects and may startle easily, giving them the tendency to struggle and slip out of collars and other restraints.

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  • Loose collars are too easy for an excited dog to slip out of, while tighter collars are more uncomfortable and present a potential choking hazard.

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  • They also have elegant streamlined heads that allow them to easily slip out of a collar during a walk to run a few extra laps, or to get the last word in with that squirrel that has been taunting them.

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  • If you pull too much through, the string won't wrap around enough and therefore won't be properly anchored and could slip out of tune more often.

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  • We've known about the Nintendo Revolution for quite some time now, but the details are slow to slip out of the big N surrounding their next generation console.

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  • If the head fits through the mother's pelvis, then the rest of the fetus's body should slip out fairly easily.

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  • You don't want to end up wrestling with your chair or have it slip out of position while you're using it.

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  • The purpose of the repeated mantra is to allow the brain to slip out of everyday thought and into a deeper knowledge base, while at the same time, relaxing and rejuvenating the body.

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  • If you want to be left alone by potential suitors, one bra hazard is letting details slip out.

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  • Whether you're looking for something practical or whimsical, strictly functional or girlish, there's a satin slip out there for you.

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  • Then he could slip out unnoticed.

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