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Jun 7, 2022

[Answer] What word describes ice, grease, and banana peels?

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...Slippery things are hard to grip and may cause one to fall. Another definition describes the word as meaning "tricky." The first known usage of "slippery" comes from around the year 1500, when it appeared in the "Coverdale Bible." It may have been a variation of the German word "schlipfferig."




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Slippery:


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