Reverse Dictionary: SLEN – SLOU


SLENDER – ADJECTIVES
– BEANPOLISH tall or long and slender; lanky …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– BROOMSTICKY tall or long and slender; lanky …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– EDDERING long and slender, pliant, supple, lithe, powerful …1805 Eng. dial.
– EXIGUOUS scant in measure or number; extremely small, little, diminutive, minute, slender …1651
– GANGLING of straggling growth; loosely built, awkwardly long in stature, tall and slender, lanky …1808
– GANGLY tall or long and slender; lanky …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– GRACILENT slender, thin, lean …1727 obs.
– GRACILIOUS slender, thin, lean …1688 obs. rare
– JIMP neat in attire, tidy; spruce; slender, elegant …a1513 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– LANKITY long and slender, lanky …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– LANNOCKING slender, lean …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– LENNOCKING slender, lean …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– LENYE thin, slender …1513 Sc. obs.
– LIGHT-TIMBERED of a person: slender, thin …L17 sl.
– LITTLE slender …1956 Amer. dial.
– PERGRACIL lean, slender …1623 obs. rare
– PULLED THROUGH A KNOT-HOLE tall or long and slender; lanky …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– REIBIE tall and thin; lank, slender, spare …Bk1904 Sc.
– RIBIE tall and thin; lank, slender, spare …Bk1904 Sc.
– RIBISH tall and thin; lank, slender, spare …Bk1904 N. Ireland
– SAMMENTRAW tall and slender …1859 Eng. dial. obs.
– SCALY thin, slender; light …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– SCRANK lank, lean, ill-formed, slender …1846 Sc.
– SKRANK lank, lean, ill-formed, slender …1846 Sc.
– SLABSIDED tall or long and slender; lanky …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– SLAPSIDED tall or long and slender; lanky …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– SLINKY tall or long and slender; lanky …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– SPINDLY tall or long and slender; lanky, thin …1827 Amer. sl.
– SQUINNY very thin, lean, or slender; narrow …1784
– SUBTLE of small thickness or breadth; thin, slender, fine …1382 obs.
– TANGLE-WISE long and slender …Bk1905 Sc.
– TANGLY long and slender …1812 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– TEARY tall, tapering; slender; said of persons and plants …B1900 Eng. dial.
– WABBLE slender, easily shaken …1866 Sc.
– WEEDY used to denote unhealthy thinness and weakness;  tall or long and slender; lanky…1852 sl.
 
SLENDER – NOUNS
– LATH anything slender or fragile …1633
 
SLENDER – NOUNS, PERSON
– BANTAM a young girl, a slender young woman …1944 African-American sl.
– BANTER a young girl, a slender or pretty young woman …1944 African-American sl.
– GAD a tall, slender, or lanky person …1867 Eng. dial.
– KALE-WORM a term of contempt for a tall, slender person …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– SCRANK a lean, slender person …Bk1904 Sc.


SLICE, SLICED – ADJECTIVES
LEACHED sliced; fried in slices …1461-83 obs.

SLICE etc. – NOUNS
CANTLE a corner or other portion cut or sliced off; a shiver, a slice …c1400
CANTLE a thick slice or ‘cut’ of bread, cheese, meat, or the like …c1475
DAGGEN a large piece of anything, as wood, meat, etc.; a lump; a thick slice …c1836 Sc.
FANG a slice, a large piece cut off from something, usually of food, and esp. of cheese; a chunk …1742 Sc.
FARDEL a large slice or piece, a lump, esp. of eatables …1866 Sc.
GOBBON a piece, a slice; a gob of slimy material …LME obs.
HAWK a portion cut, a slice, a chunk …1956 Sc.
LEACH a slice, as of meat, etc.; a strip …c1420 obs.
LOUNDER a thick slice; a large piece …B1900 Eng. dial.
MAMMOCK a fragment, a scrap; a broken piece, esp. of food; a slice …1520 Sc. & Eng. dial.
MOMMOCK a fragment, a scrap; a broken piece, esp. of food; a slice …1816 Eng. dial.
MUMMICK a fragment, a scrap; a broken piece, esp. of food; a slice …1816 Eng. dial.
RAND a strip or long slice …c1394 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
RASHER a slice of some foodstuff (not necessarily bacon) …1890 Amer. dial.
SCLAFE a thin slice of anything …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
WADGE a thick slice of bread, cheese, etc. …1923 Sc.

SLICE etc. – VERBS
HAGGER to cut, to slice clumsily or unevenly so as to leave a jagged edge; to hack, to mangle …1866 Sc.
LEACH to cut meat, etc. in slices; to slice …a1400 obs. exc. arch.
SKICE to slice, to cut …1600 obs. rare


SLICK – ADJECTIVES
– very slick SLICK AS A BABY’S ASS 1969 Amer. sl.


SLIDE, SLIDING – ADJECTIVES
LABANT sliding, falling down, wavering …1727 obs.
LABENT falling, sliding, running, or passing away …1727 obs.
SLIDDERY slippery, smooth; sliding, unstable …a1225 obs. exc. Sc. & Eng. dial.

SLIDE etc. – ADVERBS
KATIE-HUNKERS;  KATY-HUNKERS;  KITTIE-HUNKERS in a squatting position; esp. used to express a way of sliding on ice whilst sitting on the hams …1825 Sc.

SLIDE etc. – NOUNS
KAREKOYLE a mode of sliding in a crouching position …1889 Eng. dial.
SCLOY a slide, a strip of ice for skating on …1808 Sc.
SCLY a slide, a strip of ice for skating on …1808 Sc.
SCOOCHER a slide down a snow-slope in a squatting position …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
SCOR a slide made on the ice …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
SCORE a slide made on the ice …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
SKLOY a slide; a place where one slides; a sliding motion …1824 Sc. obs.
SKLY a slide; a place where one slides; a sliding motion …1824 Sc. obs.

SLIDE etc. – VERBS
ADRYLLE to slide or slip away …c1315 obs. rare
AGLIDE to glide up, away, or off; to slide, to slip …a1000 obs.
CHASSAY to move in a rapid slide or glide; to move along …1835 Amer. dial.
GO FOR A SKATE to slip, to slide …1955 NZ sl.
KAREKOYLE to slide in a crouching position …1889 Eng. dial.
LABASCATE to begin to fall or slide …1727 obs.
OIL OUT OF to slide away as if well-lubricated …1920s sl.
PODICATE to slide or move along on one’s buttocks …1853 nonce word
SCARE to slide on the ice …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
SCLEET to slide or slip smoothly or rapidly …Bk1904 Sc.
SCLOY to slide …1802 Sc. obs.
SCLY to slide, to slither, to skate, as on ice …1802 Sc.
SCOOT to slide, to glide …1875 Eng. dial.
SCOR to slide or skate on the ice …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
SCORE to slide or skate on the ice …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
SHUCK of something loose or unsteady: to shift, to slide …1859 Amer. dial.
SKEET to skate or slide on ice …1872 Amer. dial.
SKIRR to slide or skate swiftly …1811 Eng. dial.
SKLEET to slide or slip smoothly or rapidly …Bk1904 Sc.
SKLIRE to slide, to slither, to skate, as on ice …1802 Sc.
SKLOY to slide, to slither, to skate, as on ice …1802 Sc.
SKLY to slide …1802 Sc. obs.


SLIDE RULE – NOUNS
– a slide rule CHEATING STICK Bk1934 college sl.
– a slide rule SLIP STICK Bk1934 college sl.
– a slide rule SLIPPING STICK 1954 US sl.


SLIGHT – ADJECTIVES
EATHLY inconsiderable, slight, trifling …c890 obs.
IMMATERIAL flimsy, slight …1606 rare
LEGER light, not heavy; slight, trifling; also, nimble …1481-90 obs.
LIEGER light, not heavy; slight, trifling; also, nimble …1481-90 obs.
SINGLE slight, poor, trivial …c1449 obs.


SLIGHT, SLIGHTED – VERBS
FART OFF to slight; to neglect; to ignore…1942 Amer. sl.
GIVE THE GO-AROUND TO to avoid, to evade, to slight …E20 chiefly US
GIVE THE GO-BY TO to pass, leave behind, elude, evade, disregard, or slight …E17
ICE UP to give the cold shoulder; to slight, to intentionally ignore someone …Bk1947 Amer. sl.
LACK to dispraise, to slight, to undervalue; to malign, to calumniate …1715 Sc. & Eng. dial.
SCONCE A WOMAN to jilt or slight her …Bk1904 Sc.
SCORN to mock, to jeer at; to slight in love …1790 Sc. & Eng. dial.
SPREAD THE FROSTING to give the cold shoulder; to slight, to intentionally ignore someone …Bk1947 Amer. sl.
TAKE THE LACK to be slighted, jilted; used of a lover when he departs suddenly …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
TALK ONE LOW to speak slightingly of …1930 Amer. dial.


SLIGHTLY – ADVERBS
LITTLE MITE, A somewhat, slightly …1913 Amer. dial.
NAKEDLY barely, poorly, imperfectly; slightly …1589 rare or obs.
RATHERISH somewhat, in a slight degree …1862 colloq.
SINGLY slightly, poorly, ineffectively …1548 obs.
TAD, A slightly …1940s sl., orig. US
WITH A WET FINGER slightly, superficially …1586 obs.


SLIM – ADJECTIVES
– slim and graceful; said of persons STREAM-LINE;  STREAM-LINED c1932
– slim, skinny; thus, fig. narrow-minded NARROW-ASSED 1910s US sl.
– slim, skinny; thus, fig. narrow-minded NARROW-GUTTED 1910s US sl.

SLIM – NOUNS
LENSING a making thin or slim; a wearing away of flesh by fasting …c1175 obs.


SLIME, SLIMY – ADJECTIVES
GUNGEY;  GUNGY of a sticky or messy consistency; mucky, greasy, slimy …1962 sl.
LIMOUS muddy, slimy …c1420 obs.
LUBRICOUS slippery, smooth; slimy; oily …1659
MUCIDOUS mouldy, musty; festering, stagnant; slimy …1866 obs. rare
​- OOKY slimy, viscous …1964 sl.
ULIGINOUS of a watery, oozy, or slimy nature …1576
VASY slimy …1742 obs.
VEASY slimy …1742 obs.

SLIME etc. – NOUNS
ADDLE stinking urine, or other liquid filth; slime, mire …a1000
BLATHERMENT mud, slime, adhesive dirt …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
BLIBBANS;  BLIBBARS strips of soft or slimy stuff; generally used of seaweed on rocks at ebb tide …Bk1824 Sc.
CREEPING-CRUD any nasty, slimy substance …Bk2006 US sl.
GOOK slime or oozy dirt …1945 colloq.
GOOK any oozy, sticky, or slimy substance …1945 colloq.
GOONK dirt; slime; oily grime; muck …1932 Amer. sl.
GUCK slime or oozy dirt …1945 colloq.
GUCK any oozy, sticky, or slimy substance …1945 colloq.
GUNK an unidentified and unpleasant substance; any nasty, messy stuff, dirt, slime; any sticky, viscous liquid, esp. hair tonic, cosmetics, lubricants, etc. …1932 US sl.
OOK slimy or viscous material …1969 sl.
PADDA-RED green slime formed on stagnant pools in warm weather …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
TODDER slimy gelatinous matter, slime …1881 Eng. dial.
TOTHER slimy gelatinous matter. slime …1881 Eng. dial.

SLIME etc. – VERBS
GOOK UP to smear something slimy or sticky on someone …1950s sl.


SLINGSHOT – NOUNS
BEANEY a small slingshot …1949 Amer. dial.
BEAN FLIP a slingshot …1962 Amer. dial.
BEAN-FLIPPER a slingshot …1970 Amer. dial.
BEAN-SHOOTER a slingshot …1890 Amer. dial.
BEAN-SNAPPER a slingshot …1950 Amer. dial.
GUMBO SHOOTER a slingshot …1874 Amer. dial.
GUM SHOOTER a slingshot …1876 Amer. dial.
GUMSHOT a slingshot …1984 Amer. dial.
NIGGER-CHASER a slingshot …L19 US sl., derogatory
NIGGER-FLIPPER a slingshot …1889 Amer. dial., derogatory
NIGGER-KILLER a slingshot …1961 Amer. dial., derogatory
NIGGER-SHOOTER a slingshot …1866 Amer. dial., derogatory
SHOT-SLING a slingshot …c1937 Amer. dial.


SLINK, SLINKING – NOUNS, PERSON
SLONK a lazy slinking fellow; an idle, dissolute person; an indolent, clownish fellow; a hanger-on …B1900 Eng. dial.

SLINK etc. – VERBS
LEER to walk stealthily or with averted looks; to slink away …1586 obs.
MEACH to slink, to skulk, to crawl, to cringe, to look ashamed …1833 Amer. dial.
MEECH to sneak, to slink, to skulk; to idle stealthily or shamefacedly about; to creep about softly; to cringe; to look ashamed …1746 Eng. & Amer. dial.
MITCH to slink, to slouch, to sneak, to prowl about; to crouch, to huddle …1871 Eng. dial.
SLENCH to creep or slink away, to sneak …c1330 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
SLY to move or go stealthily; to slink …E19 Sc. & US


SLIP – see PETTICOAT


SLIP – VERBS
AGLIDE to glide up, away, or off; to slide, to slip …a1000 obs.
GET A FALL to tumble, to slip over …1950s US sl.
GO FOR A SKATE to slip, to slide …1955 NZ sl.
LAPSE to cause to slip or fall; to draw down …1664 obs.
SCAUT to scramble; to slip; to kick, to scratch, to scrape with the feet; to trample the ground …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
SCLEET to slide or slip smoothly or rapidly …Bk1904 Sc.
SIDE-SLIP to slip sideways …1887
SKITE to slip suddenly …1871 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
SKLEET to slide or slip smoothly or rapidly …Bk1904 Sc.
SLODGE  to slip from the proper position …Bk1876 Eng. dial.
​- TAKE A DROP to tumble, to slip over …1950s US sl.
TAKE A FALL to tumble; to slip over …1950s US sl.


SLIP AWAY – VERBS
– to slip away ELABE 1837 rare
– to slip away from, to escape BEGLIDE c1300 obs.
– to slip away or off; to pass away TO-GLIDE a1000 obs.
– to slip away, to hide MAKE ONESELF SCARCE L18 sl.


SLIPPER – NOUNS
– BAFFS bedroom slippers …1914 Sc.
– BEDROOM SHOE a house slipper …c1960 Amer. dial.
– BED SHOE a house slipper …1965 Amer. dial.
– DANCER CASES shoes, boots, slippers …Brit. sl.
– DAPS slippers …L19 army sl.
– FLEET FEET slippers …Bk1947 Amer. sl.
– JAP FLAPS a slipper or sandal (esp. a rubber one with a toe thong) that flaps against the sole of the foot in walking …1982 Amer. dial.
– JAPS a slipper or sandal (esp. a rubber one with a toe thong) that flaps against the sole of the foot in walking …1967 Amer. dial.
– JAP SLAPS a slipper or sandal (esp. a rubber one with a toe thong) that flaps against the sole of the foot in walking …1986 Amer. dial.
– PAMPOOTEE a kind of slipper or sandal of undressed cow-skin sewn together and tied across the instep; used in the Isles of Aran off the west coast of Ireland …1881 Irish
– PAMPOOTER a kind of slipper or sandal of undressed cow-skin sewn together and tied across the instep; used in the Isles of Aran off the west coast of Ireland …1881 Irish
– PAMPOOTIE a kind of slipper or sandal of undressed cow-skin sewn together and tied across the instep; used in the Isles of Aran off the west coast of Ireland …1881 Irish
– PUSHEENS slippers …Irish sl.
– PUSHERS slippers …Irish sl.
– SAFTIE soft carpet or cloth slippers …1953 Sc.
– SCLAFF a light loose-fitting shoe or slipper; an old worn-down shoe, sometimes used as a slipper …1866 Sc.
– SCLAFFER a light loose-fitting shoe or slipper; an old worn-down shoe, sometimes used as a slipper …1882 Sc.
– SCLAT to make a slapping or clapping noise in walking in one’s slippers …1955 Sc.
– SCLIFF an old broken shoe or slipper …Bk1904 Sc.
– SKLIFF an old broken shoe or slipper …Bk1904 Sc.
– SLIP-SLAP an old shoe, esp. a slipper …1973 Trinidad & Tobago
– UGG BOOTS sheepskin boots or slippers …1990s sl.
– UGGIES sheepskin boots or slippers …1990s sl.


SLIPPERINESS, SLIPPERY – ADJECTIVES
GLIBBERY slippery, smooth …1601 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
GLIDDERY slippery, smooth …1869 Eng. dial.
LABILE apt to slip away; slippery, unstable …1623 obs.
LUBRIC having a smooth surface, slippery …1490 arch.
LUBRICAL smooth and slippery …1657 obs.
LUBRICATE slippery; smooth and oily …1848 rare
LUBRICIOUS smooth, slippery, oily …1656
LUBRICOUS slippery, smooth; slimy; oily …1659
SAUCY slippery, difficult for walking …1880 Eng. dial.
SCREEVY slippery …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
SIPPLE slippery …1973 Trinidad and Tobago
SLIDDERY slippery, smooth; sliding, unstable …a1225 obs. exc. Sc. & Eng. dial.
SLIPPY slippery …1982 US sl.
SLIP-SKIN evasive, slippery …1641 obs.

SLIPPERINESS etc. – NOUNS
LUBRICITY slipperiness, smoothness; oiliness …1601
LUBRIFACTION a making slippery or smooth; lubrication …1542 obs.
LUBRIFICATION a making slippery or smooth; lubrication …1692 obs.

SLIPPERINESS etc. – VERBS
LUBRICITATE to make slippery …1706 obs. rare
LUBRIFY to make slippery or smooth; to lubricate …1611 rare


SLIPSHOD – ADJECTIVES
– slipshod QUICK-AND-DIRTY 1970 colloq.
– slipshod, shoddy, frivolous SHOOFLY 1927 Amer. dial.
– slipshod, substandard; poorly equipped or hastily or poorly put together HAYWIRE 1905 Amer. sl., esp. logging
– slipshod, untidy, disorderly CADDLING Bk1898 Eng. dial.

SLIPSHOD – VERBS
SCLATCH to work in a dirty messy manner; to make or construct clumsily or untidily; to use in a slipshod or careless way; to botch …1808 Sc.


SLIT – ADJECTIVES
BESLITTEN slit …Bk1898 Eng. dial.

SLIT – NOUNS
KERF the result of cutting; the incision, notch, slit, etc., made by cutting, esp. by a saw …1523
LANCE a cut, incision, slit …1669 obs.
RACE a cut, slit, mark, scratch …c1500 obs.
RASE a scratch, a cut, a slit …1579-80 obs.
RASURE the act of scraping or shaving; a scratch, mark, cut, slit …1470-85 obs.

SLIT – VERBS
LAUNCH to pierce, to wound; to cut, to slit; to make a wound by piercing …c1400 obs.
RASE to scratch or tear with something sharp; to cut, to slit, to slash, esp. the skin or clothing …c1400 obs.


SLITHER – VERBS
– to slither, to roll about, to wriggle, to writhe, to wallow WAMBLE 1733 Sc. 
– to slither, to slide, to skate, as on ice SCLY 1802 Sc.
– to slither, to slide, to skate, as on ice SKLIRE 1802 Sc.
– to slither, to slide, to skate, as on ice SKLOY 1802 Sc.


SLOB – NOUNS, PERSON
GLUB a slob or lazy person …2002 NZ sl.
SCHLEP;  SCHLEPP;  SHLEP;  SHLEPP an idler, a worthless or ineffectual person; an oaf, a slob, a jerk, a stupid or awkward person …1939 Amer. dial.
SCHLEPPER;  SHLEPPER an idler, a worthless or ineffectual person; an oaf, a slob, a jerk, a stupid or awkward person; an insignificant person; a second-rater …1934 sl. orig. US
SLUMP a slovenly person; a slob …E20 chiefly Eng. dial.
ZHLOB an oaf or dolt; a fool, a moron; a boorish, insensitive person; a coarse person, a slob …1950 US sl. 


SLOBBER, SLOBBERING – NOUNS, PERSON
– a slobbering, filthy person SLABBER L18
– a slobbering, filthy fellow SLABBERDEGULLION E17

SLOBBER etc. – VERBS
– to slobber BLEB Bk1911 Sc.
– to slobber over something SMOUL 1961 Amer. dial.
– to slobber; to make a gurgling noise with the lips in drinking or in taking liquid food BLAB 1825 Sc.


SLOPE, SLOPING – ADJECTIVES
ACCLIVE rising with a slope; sloping upward; ascending …a1697 obs. rare
ACCLIVITOUS rising with a slope; sloping upward; ascending …1815
BEZZLE to slope, to bevel …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
BRAEIE hilly; sloping …Bk1911 Sc.
CURRENT having a fall or inclination; sloping …1523 obs.
DECLIVE sloping downwards …1635 obs.
DECLIVITOUS having a (considerable) declivity or slope; steep …1799
DECLIVOUS having a downward inclination; sloping, slanting …1684
DECLIVY sloping downwards …1609 obs. rare
FASTIGIATE sloping up or tapering to a point like a cone or pyramid …1662
HEALDING sloping, leaning, tilting …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
HILDING sloping, leaning, tilting …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
ON THE LEAN inclining, sloping …1850
RAKING slanting, sloping …1711
SIDEHILL sloping …1958 Amer. dial.
SIDELING having an inclination; sloping, steep …1611
TEELING sloping, leaning, slanting …B1900 Eng. dial.

SLOPE etc. – NOUNS
ACCLIVITY an upward slope of a hill, etc. an ascending slope; also, steepness…1614
BELL the top of a hill; the highest part of a slope; a knoll …Bk1898 Sc.
BENT the slope or hollow of a hill, a hillside …1814 Sc. & Eng. dial.
BEVEL a slope, a declivity …1869 Eng. dial.
DECLENSION the act of declining, or deviating from a vertical or horizontal position; slope, inclination; a declining or sinking into a lower position, as of the sun towards setting …1640-4
DECLINATION a leaning, bending, or sloping downwards; slope, inclination from the vertical or horizontal position …1594
DECLINE n. a downward incline, a slope …1538 rare
DECLIVITY downward slope or inclination of a hill, etc. …1612
DECLIVITY a downward slope …1695
DOWNFALL a steep downward slope; an abyss, a gulf …1542
FALLING a depression in the soil; a hollow, declivity, slope …1563 obs.
HANG a declivity, a slope …B1900 Eng. dial.
HANGING a steep slope or declivity of a hill …c1400 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
HEALD a slope, incline, declivity; a hill …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
PALI a steep slope, a precipice …1833 Hawaii
SAG a low, often damp, area in relatively flat land; a gentle slope …1741 Amer. dial.
SCLENT; SKLENT a slant or slope; a slanting or sideward movement; a side look, etc. …1768 Sc.
SIDEHILL a hillside, a slope …1674 Amer. dial.
TERRACE a slope or cliff …1849 Eng. dial.
VERSANT tendency to slope or descend; declination …1859
YAUP a slope of land …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

SLOPE etc. – VERBS
ACCLINE to incline, or slope towards …c1420 obs. rare
CAST to have an inclination; to incline, to slope, to slant …1599 obs.
HEALD to bend downwards or to one side; to lean, to incline, to slope …1703 Sc. & Eng. dial.
SIDEHILL to cross a steep slope obliquely …2000 Amer. dial.


SLOPPY – ADJECTIVES
RAGGEDY-PANTS inferior; sloppy …World War I US armed forces usage
RAUNCHY sloppy, careless; inept, unskilled; awkward …World War II US Air Force usage
RONCHIE sloppy, careless; inept, unskilled; awkward …World War II US Air Force usage
SAKELESS without sense or gumption; silly, foolish, lacking drive or energy, sloppy, careless …1820 Sc.
SCHOOSLICH hasty, clumsy, sloppy, untidy …1939 Amer. dial.
SCHUSSELY sloppy,  untidy …1940 Amer. dial.
SLAMMOCKY;  SLAWMECKY;  SLOMMACHY;  SLOMMACKY;  SLUMMACKY;  SLUMMOCKY;  SLUMMUCKY slovenly, untidy; careless, sloppy …1855 colloq. & Eng. dial.
SLUSHY sloppy, insipid, trivial …M19
SOZZLY messy, sloppy …Bk1942 Amer. sl.

SLOPPY – NOUNS, PERSON
DROOPY-DRAWERS an untidy, sloppy, or depressing person …1910s sl.
GRUNGE a slovenly or offensive person; an obnoxious person; someone who is sloppy in dress  …1965 Amer. student sl.
SLOPDOZZLE a careless person; a sloppy person …20C US colloq.

SLOPPY – VERBS
SCHUSSEL to hurry, to rush; to do something in a quick and sloppy manner …1935 Amer. dial.


SLOTH (animal) – NOUNS
– a sloth LAZY 1682 obs.
– a sloth TARDIGRADE 1827
– a three-toed sloth BEAR-APE 1607 obs.


SLOTH, SLOTHFUL, SLOTHFULNESS – ADJECTIVES
ACCIDIOUS lazy, slothful …1731 obs.
ACEDIOUS characterized by slothfulness …1609 rare
DESIDIOSE idle, slothful, lazy, sluggish, indolent …1727 obs.
DESIDIOUS idle, lazy, indolent, slothful, negligent, sluggish …a1540 obs.
EASEFUL unoccupied, at rest; addicted to ease or indolence; slothful, careless …1611
LUSK lazy, idle, sluggish, slothful, worthless …1775
LUSKING slothful, lazy …a1500 obs.
LUSKISH inclined to be lazy or indolent; idle, slothful, sluggish …a1500 obs.
PIGRITIOUS slothful …1638 obs. rare
RECRAYED slothful, lazy …1340 obs. rare
SLEUTHFUL slothful, lazy …c1400 obs.
– ​SLEUTHY slothful …a1400 obs. rare
THOKISH slothful, sluggish, idle, slow, dull …1682 Eng. dial. obs.
THOKY slothful, sluggish …Bk1905 Eng. dial. obs.
UNACTIVE inactive; indisposed or unable to act; hence, sluggish, slothful …1591 obs.

SLOTH etc.  – NOUNS, PERSON
ANTISOCORDIST an opponent of sloth or stupidity …a1680 obs. rare
BELLY-GUT a slothful glutton; a greedy, lazy person …1540
DROOL a slow or slothful person …E19 Sc.
LITHERBACK a slothful person …1577 obs.
LUSK an idle, lazy, slothful, good-for-nothing fellow; a sluggard …c1420  obs. exc. Eng. dial.
SLOWBACK a slothful or sluggish person; a sluggard; a lazy, idle fellow; a loiterer; a loafer …1577 obs.
TRAMEAL a slothful person …Bk1867 Ireland

SLOTH etc.  – VERBS
MEASEN to be in a dreamy state; to act slothfully; to mope, to fret …1876 Eng. dial.


SLOUCH, SLOUCHING – ADJECTIVES
LAMMOCKING ungainly, clumsy; slouching, loose-limbed …1863 Eng. dial.
LOPLOLLY of gait or dress: careless, slouching …1895 Amer. dial.

SLOUCH etc. –  NOUNS, PERSON
ZOUCH a slovenly, ungenteel man; one who walks with a slouch …18C sl.

SLOUCH etc. –  VERBS
LARRUP of a woman: to slouch …1903 Amer. dial.
LOITER-LOUCH to saunter along, to slouch about …1876 Eng. dial.
MITCH to slink, to slouch, to sneak, to prowl about; to crouch, to huddle …1871 Eng. dial.
PLOTZ to slouch or lounge around lazily …1941 US sl.
SHAMMOCK to walk in a shambling or idle way; to saunter, to mosey; to move slowly …E18 Eng. & Amer. dial.