Slumber to Snip

Slumber, v. n.

    1. Sleep (lightly), doze, nap, snooze.
    2. Sleep, repose.

Slumber, n

    1. Sleep (not deep or profound), repose, rest, doze, nap, light sleep.
    2. Sleep, repose, rest.

Slumberous, a. Soporific, soporiferous, somniferous, somnific, sleepy, drowsy.

Slump, v. n. Sink (as in walking on snow), fall through.

Slur, v. a.

    1. Tarnish, soil, sully, contaminate, pollute, disgrace.
    2. Reproach, traduce, asperse, disparage, depreciate, calumniate, speak of slightingly or disrespectfully.
    3. Disregard, slight, pass by, pass over, gloss over, obscure, conceal.

Slur, n.

    1. Mark, stain.
    2. Reproach, stigma, stain, brand, disgrace.
    3. Innuendo.
    4. (In printing.) Blur, double, macule.

Slush, n.

    1. Slosh, sludge.
    2. (Naut.) Grease, fat.

Slushy, a. Sloshy, sludgy.

Slut, n. Slattern, drab, draggletail.

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