slip out

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slip out ‎(third-person singular simple present slips out, present participle slipping out, simple past and past participle slipped out)

  1. To leave quietly, and unnoticed.
  2. To go out for a brief moment; pop out
  3. To be said or revealed by accident.
    I was talking to Jim, about Paul and Ethel, when it just slipped out about their possible divorce. I'm sorry.