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slip

(slip)
1. To move out of a customary place; to dislocate (e.g., an intervertebral disk).
2. To slide into or on top of.
References in classic literature ?
That evening Green Gables hummed with preparations for the following day; but in the twilight Anne slipped away.
Obstinacy of a sort seized upon me, and I did my best to arrest the thing, but it slipped away, and kept turning over and over, so that I could not grasp it, and made a sad spectacle of myself with my awkwardness.
The one thing--the one person-- her mind had rested on in its dull weariness, had slipped away from her, and peevish misery filled her eyes with tears.
But as the mice were going over, the straw slipped away and fell into the water, and the six mice all fell in and were drowned.
Tip slipped away from the girls and followed swiftly after the Soldier with the Green Whiskers.
she slipped away before Miss Emily or I could speak to her.
IRELAND lock Devin Toner admits a third consecutive Six Nations title may have slipped away following defeat in Paris.
The opportunity to do so is slipping away and may have slipped away within another year or two.