Slackly to Slum

Slackly, ad.

    1. Loosely.
    2. Negligently, remissly, carelessly, tardily.

Slackness, n.

    1. Looseness.
    2 Remissness, negligence, inattention.
    3. Slowness, tardiness, want of tendency.
    4. Weakness, feebleness, slowness.

Slag, n. Refuse, dross, recrement, cinders, scoria.

Slake, v. a.

    1. Quench, extinguish, allay, abate, decrease, slacken.
    2. Slack (as lime).

Slake, v. n.

    1. Desist, fail, go out, be quenched, become extinct.
    2. Abate, decrease, become less decided.

Slakeless, a. Quenchless, inextinguishable, insatiable

Slam, v. a Bang, shut with noise.

Slander, v. a.

    1. Defame, calumniate, vilify, scandalize, decry, reproach, malign, traduce, brand, blacken, asperse, backbite, libel, belie.
    2. Disparage, detract from.

Slander, n.

    1. Defamation, aspersion, detraction, calumny, backbiting, scandal, obloquy.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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