Top Definition
When one's words stumble, creating a phrase that reveals NO coherent meaning.
I think I need to ease into slow schooly.

That's a lot of harrels of bay. I mean barrels of hay.

Such are examples of a Jungian Slip
by hiccough May 14, 2011
When one attempts to tell a lie but makes a verbal slip-up that reveals the truth.
Examples of a Jungian slip:

"I didn't stay out late last night, I spent the whole time in her bedroom, I mean my bedroom."

"I haven't finished the project because I took the day off work last week. I mean because I took the day off sick last week."
by Greg Snelgar October 25, 2009

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