To slip the collar

Definition of To slip the collar

to get free; to disentangle one's self from difficulty, labor, or engagement.
- Spenser.

See also: Collar

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To sit
To sit at
To sit at chambers
To sit at meat
To sit down
To sit for a fellowship
To sit on brood
To sit out
To sit under
To sit up
To size up
To skin a flint
To slam to
To sleep away
To sleep off
To slight off
To slip a cable
To slip off
To slip on
To slip the cable
-To slip the collar-
To smell a rat
To smell of the lamp
To smell of the shop
To smell out
To smite hip and thigh
To smite off
To smite out
To smite with the tongue
To smoke the pipe of peace
To snake one's toilet
To snap back
To snap off
To snub a cable
To snuff out
To sound in
To sound the charge
To sow one's wild oats
To spare one's self
To speak a ship
To speak by the book
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