One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘I duly followed, passing a man trying to negotiate the slabby traverse.’
- ‘It gets better and better, the water cutting deeper into the curved and hollowed rock, with slabby undercuts and terraced waterfalls.’
- ‘The side view would be slabby except that it is broken well by a crease along the doorhandle lines and a well-placed rubbing strip.’
- ‘Lee warmed up on the slabby 17, and I decided to repeat it wearing my sandshoes.’
- ‘As they begin to climb the succession of slabby cliffs and steep grassy slopes, Dickey turns to his companions and says, ‘We gotta whack this guy, tonight.’’
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