slide off

slide off

To slip along the surface of something and fall off. All of the toppings slid off my ice cream sundae before I could take a single bite! Be careful, or that stack of books will slide right off the table.
See also: off, slide
References in classic literature ?
But, should the machine ever tip sideways, we would all slide off and fall to the ground."
A linchpin had fallen out, and permitted one of the wheels to slide off. The damage was slight, and occasioned merely a momentary alarm to an elderly merchant and his wife, who were returning to Boston in the carriage.
Failures slide off them like July rain off a duck's back feathers.
Do not engage the thumb safety with the slide off the frame because moving the safety up will cause the detent plunger to separate from the frame.
Another spokeswoman with Allegiant said the plane touched down at the right position on the runway, but the snow and wind caused it to slide off.
As far as cleaning the gun, I took a pair of channel locks, rubberized the jaws and now have no problem holding the barrel to pull the slide off the frame.
It will help the soil slide off and make lighter work of it.
The pop star and party girl posted a video clip of her hilarious slide off an inflatable swan pool toy online.
The speed skater (right) was ready to slide off from Sochi after disqualifications in the 500m and 1500m events, followed by threatening abuse received on her now-suspended Twitter account.
If you have a jabbing putting stroke the coin will slide off of the putter, generally during your down swing, telling you that you need to work on the tempo of your putting stroke and make more of a pendulum stroke.
And now customers can literally slide off that cliff edge from a height of 109 metres.
Oregon State Police officials said snow at Badger Mountain near Noti was causing multiple vehicles to slide off the road.
Too much calcium stearate and sheets could slide off of pallets and end up in the scrap pile.
The phrase doesn't exactly slide off your tongue, but President Bush made it a big part of his State of the Union address, in which he advocated the development of biofuels from sources such as wood chips, stalks, or switchgrass to help address the United States' "addiction to oil" (his words).
When the crane pulled away from the tower, it pulled the strap and caused the stone to slide off. The New York Capitol took more than four decades to build, and restoration work is ongoing.