slip into something more comfortable

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slip into something more comfortable (third-person singular simple present slips into something more comfortable, present participle slipping into something more comfortable, simple past and past participle slipped into something more comfortable)

  1. (euphemistic) To change into clothes that are suitable to be stripped off by a lover.
    • 2009, Carl Weber, Mary B. Morrison, She Ain't the One:
      Pointing to my bedroom, I said, “The bathroom's upstairs.” “Aw'ight, chill. You act like you got Tupac in there or something.” Jay laughed, then said, “I'll meet you upstairs. Why don't you slip into something a little more comfortable?"