Slip Up In A Sentence

Definition of Slip Up

(idiomatic) To err, falter; to make a mistake, especially a seemingly small error.

How To Use Slip Up In A Sentence?

  • Sorley, was to slip up afther mass to take his dinner wid them, and to keep Misther Mc.
  • Sally knew how deserted the bar was, how easy it would be for a man to slip up the stairs without being seen.
  • She would slip up behind a person who was deep in dreams and musings and fetch a war-whoop that would jump that person out of his clothes.
  • At any rate, after supper she would slip up to the wardrobe and, with a bent hairpin, make investigations.
  • But since you've put fifteen thousand into it already I guess you won't slip up on the last five thousand.
  • And I'm just as sure he never saw that bit of pasteboard, for Lew would never slip up that way.
  • I also had the feeling that in this particular city, in the darkness I might be submarined by a city human U-boat, which would slip up behind me.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Slip Up | Slip Up Sentence

  • This will slip up more easily if slightly soaped.
  • But we always slip up somewhere: nothing quite comes off as it should.
  • Zdena manages to slip up to her own room unobserved when she reaches Zirkow.

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