n. pl. slices of life
slice-of-life (slsv-lf) adj.

An episode of actual experience represented realistically and with little alteration in a dramatic, fictional, or journalistic work; A genre or particular style of writing.
In describing the author's work, his writings were generally "Slice of Life" or periodic.
by EricL. October 30, 2005
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The best and worst of life, conveniently sliced and packaged in the form of books, television, theater or cinema for your viewing pleasure.
Things that are "slice of life" are generally emotion provoking, insightful, moving, but also realistic.
I saw this movie, it was very slice of life, I was thinking about it for weeks after seeing it.
by |AoC| JyL November 27, 2005
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