5 letter words starting with sl

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  • SLABS
  • SLACK
  • SLADE
  • SLAES
  • SLAGS
  • SLAID
  • SLAIN
  • SLAKE
  • SLAMS
  • SLANE
  • SLANG
  • SLANK
  • SLANT
  • SLAPS
  • SLART
  • SLASH
  • SLATE
  • SLATS
  • SLATY
  • SLAVE
  • SLAWS
  • SLAYS
  • SLEBS
  • SLEDS
  • SLEEK
  • SLEEP
  • SLEER
  • SLEET
  • SLEPT
  • SLEWS
  • SLEYS
  • SLICE
  • SLICK
  • SLIDE
  • SLIER
  • SLILY
  • SLIME
  • SLIMS
  • SLIMY
  • SLING
  • SLINK
  • SLIPE
  • SLIPS
  • SLIPT
  • SLISH
  • SLITS
  • SLIVE
  • SLOAN
  • SLOBS
  • SLOES
  • SLOGS
  • SLOID
  • SLOJD
  • SLOKA
  • SLOMO
  • SLOOM
  • SLOOP
  • SLOOT
  • SLOPE
  • SLOPS
  • SLOPY
  • SLORM
  • SLOSH
  • SLOTH
  • SLOTS
  • SLOVE
  • SLOWS
  • SLOYD
  • SLUBB
  • SLUBS
  • SLUED
  • SLUES
  • SLUFF
  • SLUGS
  • SLUIT
  • SLUMP
  • SLUMS
  • SLUNG
  • SLUNK
  • SLURB
  • SLURP
  • SLURS
  • SLUSE
  • SLUSH
  • SLUTS
  • SLYER
  • SLYLY
  • SLYPE

Sometimes the solution is an uncommon word, then It’s time to learn something new. Here’s the definition of a few of these words:

Definition of slack

slack (noun)

  1. The part of anything that hangs loose, having no strain upon it.
  2. A tidal marsh or shallow that periodically fills and drains.

slack (adjective)

  1. (normally said of a rope) Lax; not tense; not firmly extended.
  2. Weak; not holding fast.
  3. Lacking diligence or care; not earnest or eager.
  4. Not active,successful, or violent.
  5. Excess; surplus to requirements.
  6. Vulgar; sexually explicit, especially in dancehall music.

slack (adverb)

  1. Slackly.

slack (verb)

  1. To slacken.
  2. To mitigate; to reduce the strength of.
  3. To lose cohesion or solidity by a chemical combination with water; to slake.

slack (noun)

  1. A temporary speed restriction where track maintenance or engineering work is being carried out at a particular place.

slack (noun)

  1. A valley, or small, shallow dell.

slack (noun)

  1. Small coal; coal dust.


Definition of slick

slick (noun)

  1. A covering of liquid, particularly oil.
  2. Someone who is clever and untrustworthy.
  3. A tool used to make something smooth or even.
  4. A tire with a smooth surface instead of a tread pattern, often used in auto racing.
  5. A helicopter.
  6. A camera-ready image to be used by a printer. The "slick" is photographed to produce a negative image which is then used to burn a positive offset plate or other printing device.
  7. A wide paring chisel used in joinery.

slick (verb)

  1. To make slick.

slick (adjective)

  1. Slippery or smooth due to a covering of liquid; often used to describe appearances.
  2. Appearing expensive or sophisticated.
  3. Superficially convincing but actually untrustworthy.
  4. (often used sarcastically) Clever, making an apparently hard task easy.
  5. Extraordinarily great or special.
  6. Sleek; smooth

slick (noun)

  1. The finer portion of crushed ore, as of gold, lead, or tin, separated by the water in certain wet processes.

Definition of slily

slily (adverb)

  1. In a sly manner, cunningly.

Definition of slims

slims (noun)

  1. A type of cigarette substantially longer and thinner than normal cigarettes.
  2. A potato farl.
  3. AIDS, or the chronic wasting associated with its later stages.
  4. Cocaine.

slims (verb)

  1. To lose weight in order to achieve slimness.
  2. To make slimmer; to reduce in size.