noun, circa 1900, USA ... in use from the turn of the century to the beginning of Prohibition; a lower class Bowery urban type saloon-dance hall-tavern catering to gamblers, con-artists, pick pockets, prostitutes, women of easy virture, homosexual pansies and the like. A place one would go slumming for a good time. An urbanized version of the Wild West Saloon, but seedier, a dive or joint. Fun, like a ride down a slide in a children's playground.
We always pinned our money to the inside of our knickers; that slide was full of classy dips and burglers.
a girl that is known as the neighborhood hoe. someone that just gets used for sexual purposes with no strings attached
neh man i aint go out with her she just a slide
slide means to fight,slap,or punch somone
ima slide yo bitch ass
Man, it's getting late, i really gotta slide
To let go of some type of conflict; to excuse an insult.
Even though John dissed Frank, he let it slide and they were still friends.
a bowl shaped piece with a tube attached to the bottom that gets placed into a bong used for smoking marijuana. when a person can no longer suck in air, or hit, the bong it gets taken out to "clear" the bong of all smoke and then gets placed back in for the next person.
Jordan hits the bong like a champ and doesn't have to remove the slide for a long time.
Open air shoes similar to flip-flops; slides, however, have one "hoop" that the foot is slid under to keep the shoes in place.
I couldn't find my flip-flops to wear to the pool; instead I grabbed a pair of slides. They were looser, anyway.
A tool used for playing guitar.
Looks like a pipe, usually made of glass, steel or ceramic. It is placed on a finger, usually smallest, and strings are pressed with it so their tone is changed smoothly.
Slide guitar is an essential part of the Blues.