I stood and tried to head her off, but she slipped past me.
He slipped past her and found his way down into the kitchen.
She slipped past her husband, and out onto the step.
Slipping quickly past the low windows, I made my way forward.
But somebody had gone to the trouble of trying to slip it past him.
"We should be able to slip past it without too much trouble."
In 1992, Clinton found a creative way to slip past the question.
He slipped past the secretary's desk toward a door at the back of the room.
If I slip past them, they'll still be at my back, and dangerous.
He kept his eyes on the darkened city slipping past our window.
He heard a sound behind him, knew someone had slipped through the door.
But they all slip through the space created by the first of its type.
He slipped into the kitchen through the door next to the men's room.
I went to him and slipped my arm through his.
As he turned away, she slipped her hand through his arm.
I slipped through the door that the Government man held open for me.
Before he could reach her she had slipped through the door.
She slipped through the glass as if nothing was there.
She slipped a hand through his arm, and together they stood looking at the picture.
Only those with a certain pass could slip through the lines.