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How to spell JIPPERY correctly?

If you meant "slippery", double check the spelling. If you meant something else, try to provide more context for correct suggestions. Without context, possible suggestions for "Jippery" might include "jittery", "japery" or "jubilant", but it's hard to be sure.

List of suggestions on how to spell Jippery correctly

  • Coppery The sunset over the ocean had a beautiful coppery hue.
  • Dipper The Dipper constellation is easy to spot in the northern hemisphere.
  • Dippers The children laughed as they dipped their crackers into the cheese dip – they loved being little dippers.
  • Foppery His foppery was so over-the-top that it was difficult to take him seriously.
  • Frippery I don't have time for frippery clothing.
  • Hipper
  • Jittery She was too jittery to sleep because of the loud noise outside.
  • Kipper For breakfast, Joe had a kipper with toast and jam.
  • Kippers My favorite breakfast consists of kippers, toast, and scrambled eggs.
  • Nipper I use a nipper to trim my nails.
  • Nippers I need to buy a new pair of nippers to trim my dog's nails.
  • Peppery The steak had a peppery taste that lingered in my mouth.
  • Ripper The Jack the Ripper murders were a series of brutal killings in London's Whitechapel district in 1888.
  • Rippers The Rippers were a notorious gang known for their violent crimes.
  • Sipper I always bring my favorite sipper with me when I go on long drives.
  • Sippers The tea party had a variety of different sippers, from delicate china cups to sturdy travel mugs.
  • Slippery The rain makes the ground very slippery, so be careful.
  • Tipper The tipper truck unloaded the gravel onto the construction site.
  • Tippers Most customers at the restaurant are generous tippers.
  • Zipper I couldn't find the zipper on my jacket.
  • Zippers I always make sure my jacket has zippers instead of buttons because they're much easier to open and close.

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