Sly As A Fox :
Slippery Customer :
A person from whom it is difficult to get anything definite or fixed is a slippery customer.
Slippery Slope :
A slippery slope is where a measure could lead to further worse measures.
Slough of Despond :
If someone is very depressed or in despair, they are in a slough of despond.
Slow And Steady Wins The Race. :
This expression means that consistency, although progress may be slow, will eventually be more beneficial than being hasty or careless just to get something done.
Slow Boat To China :
This idiom is used to describe something that is very slow and takes a long time.
Slow But Sure :
If something or someone is slow but sure, they may take their time to do something, but they are reliable.
Slower Than Molasses Going Uphill In January :
To move extremely slowly
Molasses drips slowly anyway but add January cold and gravity, dripping uphill would be an impossibility, thereby making the molasses move very slowly indeed.
Slowly Slowly Catchy Monkey :
This means that eventually you will achieve your goal.
Sly As A Fox :
Someone who is as sly as a fox is cunning and experienced and can get what they want often in an underhand way.
Smack In The Face :
If something is a smack in the face, it is a shock usually one that impedes progress.
Small Beer :
If something is small beer, it is unimportant.
Small Dog Tall Weeds :
This idiom is used to describe someone the speaker does not believe has the ability or resources to handle a task or job.
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