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Another word for slide

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Verb
  1. To pass smoothly, quietly, and undisturbed on or as if on a slippery surface

      1. To be carried along by currents of air or water:
      2. To proceed or move unhurriedly or aimlessly:
      3. To live or behave without a clear purpose or goal:
      1. Land next to the sea; the seashore.
      2. The water near this land:
      3. The Pacific coast of the United States.
    See also:

    move

  2. To ride on a sled in the snow

      1. A vehicle mounted on runners drawn by work animals, such as horses or dogs, and used for transporting loads across ice, snow, and rough ground.
      2. To convey or travel on a sledge.
      1. A vehicle having runners and used for carrying people or loads over ice and snow; a sledge.
      2. A light vehicle, often with runners, used especially by children for coasting over snow or ice.
      3. A snowmobile.
    See also:

    move

  3. To move smoothly, continuously, and effortlessly

      1. To move or slide by twisting or undulating the body over a surface, as in the manner of a snake.
      2. To walk with a sliding or shuffling gait:
      3. To slip and slide, as on a loose or uneven surface:
      1. To move smoothly, easily, and quietly:
      2. To move stealthily; steal:
      3. To escape, as from a grasp, fastening, or restraint:
      1. To fall from a previous level or standard, as of accomplishment, quality, or conduct:
      2. To deviate from a prescribed or accepted way:
      3. To pass gradually or smoothly; slip:
      1. A gliding step in ballet.
      2. A controlled slide, in either a standing or sitting position, used in descending a steep icy or snowy incline.
      3. To perform a glissade.
      1. To move in a smooth, effortless manner:
      2. To move silently and furtively:
      3. To occur or pass imperceptibly:
    See also:

    move

  4. To move silently and furtively

      1. A sneaker or rubber overshoe.
      2. An investigator, especially a detective.
      3. To work as a detective.
      1. To take (the property of another) without right or permission.
      2. To present or use (someone else's words or ideas) as one's own.
      3. To get or take secretly or artfully:
      1. To go or move in a quiet, stealthy way.
      2. To behave in a cowardly or servile manner.
      3. To move, give, take, or put in a quiet, stealthy manner:
      1. Any of numerous scaly, legless, sometimes venomous squamate reptiles of the suborder Serpentes (or Ophidia), having a long, tapering, cylindrical body and flexible jaws.
      2. A treacherous person.
      3. A long, highly flexible metal wire or coil used for cleaning drains.
      1. To move smoothly, easily, and quietly:
      2. To move stealthily; steal:
      3. To escape, as from a grasp, fastening, or restraint:
      1. To move in a quiet furtive manner; sneak:
      2. To give birth to prematurely:
      3. Born prematurely.
      1. To lie in hiding, as out of cowardice or bad conscience; lurk.
      2. To move about stealthily.
      3. To evade work or obligation; shirk.
      1. To move stealthily or cautiously.
      2. To act or proceed cautiously or timidly to avoid committing oneself.
      1. To roam through stealthily, as in search of prey or plunder:
      2. To rove furtively or with predatory intent:
      3. The act or an instance of prowling.
      1. Any of numerous small rodents of the families Muridae and Cricetidae, such as the house mouse, characteristically having a pointed snout, small rounded ears, and a long naked or almost hairless tail.
      2. Any of various similar or related animals, such as the jumping mouse, the vole, or the jerboa.
      3. A cowardly or timid person.
      1. To wait out of view:
      2. To move furtively; sneak:
      3. To exist unobserved or unsuspected:
      1. To move in a smooth, effortless manner:
      2. To move silently and furtively:
      3. To occur or pass imperceptibly:
      1. To move with the body close to the ground, as on hands and knees.
      2. To move stealthily or cautiously.
      3. To move or proceed very slowly:
    See also:

    move

  5. To move along in a crouching or prone position

      1. Any of various invertebrates, especially an annelid, flatworm, nematode, or nemertean, having a long, flexible, rounded or flattened body, often without obvious appendages.
      2. Any of various crawling insect larvae, such as a grub or a caterpillar, having a soft elongated body.
      3. Any of various other animals, such as a shipworm or a slowworm, having a long slender limbless body.
      1. Any of numerous scaly, legless, sometimes venomous squamate reptiles of the suborder Serpentes (or Ophidia), having a long, tapering, cylindrical body and flexible jaws.
      2. A treacherous person.
      3. A long, highly flexible metal wire or coil used for cleaning drains.
      1. To move with the body close to the ground, as on hands and knees.
      2. To move stealthily or cautiously.
      3. To move or proceed very slowly:
      1. To move slowly on the hands and knees or by dragging the body along the ground; creep:
      2. To advance slowly, feebly, laboriously, or with frequent stops:
      3. To proceed or act servilely:
    See also:

    move

  6. To maneuver gently and slowly into place

      1. To move smoothly, easily, and quietly:
      2. To move stealthily; steal:
      3. To escape, as from a grasp, fastening, or restraint:
      1. To move in a smooth, effortless manner:
      2. To move silently and furtively:
      3. To occur or pass imperceptibly:
      1. The condition of being comfortable or relieved.
      2. Freedom from pain, worry, or agitation:
      3. Freedom from constraint or embarrassment; naturalness.
  7. To lose one's balance and fall or almost fall

      1. To move or slide by twisting or undulating the body over a surface, as in the manner of a snake.
      2. To walk with a sliding or shuffling gait:
      3. To slip and slide, as on a loose or uneven surface:
      1. To move smoothly, easily, and quietly:
      2. To move stealthily; steal:
      3. To escape, as from a grasp, fastening, or restraint:
      1. The action of sliding or slipping over a surface, often sideways.
      2. A plank, log, or timber, usually one of a pair, used as a support or as a track for sliding or rolling heavy objects.
      3. A pallet for loading or handling goods, especially one having solid sideboards and no bottom.
  8. To shift or be shifted out of place

      1. To move smoothly, easily, and quietly:
      2. To move stealthily; steal:
      3. To escape, as from a grasp, fastening, or restraint:
    See also:

    move

Noun
  1. A usually swift downward trend, as in prices

    See also:

    increase

Another word for slide

Verb
  1. To cause to slide, sense 1

    See also:

    push