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Meanings of Slubbings:

noun

A lump or thick place in yarn or thread.

Usage examples:

Donegal now describes the wool tweed that has colorful thick slubs woven into the fabric.
adjective

Denoting fabric having an irregular appearance caused by uneven thickness of the warp.

Usage examples:

Slub silk
verb

Twist (wool) in preparation for spinning.

Usage examples:

The slubbing billy came into use by the 1790s and looked very similar to an early spinning jenny.

Meanings of Slubby:

adjective

Used to describe threads that are thicker in some parts than in others, giving an uneven surface, or cloth made of threads like this

Usage examples:

I was knitting with some slubby thick yarn., the linen has a bumpy, uneven, slubby texture.

Slubs

slʌb

Meanings of Slubs:

noun

A lump or thick place in yarn or thread.

Usage examples:

Donegal now describes the wool tweed that has colorful thick slubs woven into the fabric.
verb

Twist (wool) in preparation for spinning.

Usage examples:

The slubbing billy came into use by the 1790s and looked very similar to an early spinning jenny.
adjective

Denoting fabric having an irregular appearance caused by uneven thickness of the warp.

Usage examples:

Slub silk

Sludge

slʌdʒ

Meanings of Sludge:

noun

Thick, soft, wet mud or a similar viscous mixture of liquid and solid components, especially the product of an industrial or refining process.

Usage examples:

The dumping of sewage sludge

Sludges

ˈslʌdʒ

Meanings of Sludges:

noun

Thick, soft, wet mud or a similar viscous mixture of liquid and solid components, especially the product of an industrial or refining process.

Usage examples:

The dumping of sewage sludge

Sludgier

ˈslʌdʒ.i

Meanings of Sludgier:

adjective

Soft, wet, and very thick

Usage examples:

A thick, sludgy pudding

Meanings of Sludgiest:

adjective

Soft, wet, and very thick

Usage examples:

A thick, sludgy pudding

Sludgy

ˈslʌdʒ.i

Meanings of Sludgy:

adjective

Soft, wet, and very thick

Usage examples:

A thick, sludgy pudding

Slue

sluː

Meanings of Slue:

verb

Turn or slide violently or uncontrollably.

Usage examples:

The renault slewed from side to side in the snow
noun

A violent or uncontrollable sliding movement.

Usage examples:

I was assaulted by the thump and slew of the van

Meanings of Slued:

verb

Turn or slide violently or uncontrollably.

Usage examples:

The renault slewed from side to side in the snow
noun

A violent or uncontrollable sliding movement.

Usage examples:

I was assaulted by the thump and slew of the van

Slues

sluː

Meanings of Slues:

verb

Turn or slide violently or uncontrollably.

Usage examples:

The renault slewed from side to side in the snow
noun

A violent or uncontrollable sliding movement.

Usage examples:

I was assaulted by the thump and slew of the van

Slug

slʌɡ

Meanings of Slug:

noun

A tough-skinned terrestrial mollusc which typically lacks a shell and secretes a film of mucus for protection. it can be a serious plant pest.

Usage examples:

Slugs and snails are mainly nocturnal, and the sun's heat can be fatal to slugs and to all mollusc …
verb

Drink (something, typically alcohol) in a large draught; swig.

Usage examples:

She picked up her drink and slugged it straight back

Meanings of Slugabed:

noun

A lazy person who stays in bed late.

Usage examples:

I was awake at 6: 00 a.m. while the hardened slugabeds wanted to sleep the day away.

Meanings of Slugabeds:

noun

A lazy person who stays in bed late.

Usage examples:

I was awake at 6: 00 a.m. while the hardened slugabeds wanted to sleep the day away.

Slugfest

ˈslʌɡ.fest

Meanings of Slugfest:

noun

A tough and challenging contest, especially in sports such as boxing and baseball.

Usage examples:

The fight brought back memories of the classic 1976 lyle-foreman slugfest

Meanings of Slugfests:

noun

A tough and challenging contest, especially in sports such as boxing and baseball.

Usage examples:

The fight brought back memories of the classic 1976 lyle-foreman slugfest

Sluggard

ˈslʌɡ.əd

Meanings of Sluggard:

noun

A lazy, sluggish person.

Usage examples:

I'm waiting for those sluggards to bring my steak

Sluggardly

ˈslʌɡ.əd.li

Meanings of Sluggardly:

adjective

Slow-moving.

Usage examples:

Sluggardly pedestrians

Meanings of Sluggards:

noun

A lazy, sluggish person.

Usage examples:

I'm waiting for those sluggards to bring my steak

Meanings of Slugged:

verb

Drink (something, typically alcohol) in a large draught; swig.

Usage examples:

She picked up her drink and slugged it straight back
noun

A tough-skinned terrestrial mollusc which typically lacks a shell and secretes a film of mucus for protection. it can be a serious plant pest.

Usage examples:

Slugs and snails are mainly nocturnal, and the sun's heat can be fatal to slugs and to all mollusc …

Past simple and past participle of slug

Slugger

ˈslʌɡ.ər

Meanings of Slugger:

noun

A person who throws hard punches.

Usage examples:

With one smashing left hook, the slugger punched his way to a world light-heavyweight title

Meanings of Sluggers:

noun

A person who throws hard punches.

Usage examples:

With one smashing left hook, the slugger punched his way to a world light-heavyweight title

Slugging

slʌɡ

Meanings of Slugging:

verb

Drink (something, typically alcohol) in a large draught; swig.

Usage examples:

She picked up her drink and slugged it straight back
noun

A tough-skinned terrestrial mollusc which typically lacks a shell and secretes a film of mucus for protection. it can be a serious plant pest.

Usage examples:

Slugs and snails are mainly nocturnal, and the sun's heat can be fatal to slugs and to all mollusc …

Sluggish

ˈslʌɡɪʃ

Meanings of Sluggish:

adjective

Slow-moving or inactive.

Usage examples:

A sluggish stream

Sluggishly

ˈslʌɡ.ɪʃ.li

Meanings of Sluggishly:

adverb

In a sluggish way (= moving or operating more slowly than usual and with less energy)

Usage examples:

The band played sluggishly and appeared bored., the stream runs sluggishly down from the hills in t…

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