slipped /slipped I slip, I slipped, I have slipped
It can be (slipped disk). The word slipped is the past tense and past participle of the verb (to slip) and can be used as an adjective meaning "having slipped."
Slipped into Tomorrow was created in 1999.
They can, especially if the slipped disc is in the neck.
I didn't mean to say it, but the words just slipped out.
It is 'slipped'
I believe there are 2 syllables in the word, slipped!
That is the correct spelling of the word "slipped" (made misstep or error).
Slipped Disc Records ended in 2008.
Slipped Disc Records was created in 1982.
A person with a slipped disc will have severe backaches.
Slipped is a verb. It's the past tense of slip.
I slipped as I was walking down the hall.
Accidentally is the adverb, modifying slipped.
You Almost Slipped My Mind was created in 1980-09.
Slipped only has one syllable so it cannot be broken up into syllables.
No, it is not an adverb. Slipped is a past tense verb and past participle (previously slipt).
Today My World Slipped Away was created on 1997-08-29.
Songs That Slipped Through the Cracks was created on 2007-03-09.
Slipped - 2014 was released on: USA: 1 March 2014
because a banana peel is slippery. So he slipped!
the severe reign of the king slipped as ninety warriors with medals drank medicin
No. Once it is slipped only an orthopedic surgeon can help.