All Noun Verb
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  • She thinks about him all day at the fish market as she slices fish.
  • I tell you, it was fine after that slicing cold outside. Cited from The Literary World Seventh Reader, by Various
  • The edge of the composition often slices through vessels, leaving them half seen.
  • How am I alive to tell you this tale when he was ready to slice me up?
  • Then came the formidable work of slicing up our novel into forty pieces. Cited from Boycotted, by Talbot Baines Reed
  • The location of the site is a corner lot with a sliced off corner.
  • A program can yield the rest of its time slice to another designated program.
  • At its highest level, the katana can slice through almost any physical matter.
  • It is generally sold as an entire link rather than pre-sliced.
  • Instead, he sliced his hand open when he smashed his hand down on the wrong cup.
  • First he violently attacks one man, before slicing another's head in half.
  • Slices may be produced and used in several different ways.
  • Over the next eight years, he built and tested many more slicing machines.
  • If one is sliced in half, one would simply rejoin the two parts.
  • If you answer red paper, you will be sliced apart until your clothes are stained red.
  • The left wing sliced through his office and became lodged in a door twenty feet from him.
  • For example, moving parts of the image (within slice) do not require complex operations.
  • He can cut enemies heads off with a kick or change his body into a slicing machine.
  • However, some of the enemy grunts now take more than one slice to defeat as well.
  • It can use parts of its body to slice objects such as warships.
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Words starting with slice

Meaning of slice

  • noun A share of something
    a slice of the company's revenue
  • noun A golf shot that curves to the right for a right-handed golfer
    he took lessons to cure his slicing
  • noun A thin flat piece cut off of some object
  • noun A spatula for spreading paint or ink
  • verb Hit a ball and put a spin on it so that it travels in a different direction
  • verb Cut into slices
    Slice the salami, please
  • verb Hit a ball so that it causes a backspin