He's a slippery character whose public statements remind you of certain other politicians.
In this hour, a general talks strategy against a slippery enemy.
Only a fool would claim otherwise - a fool, or a slippery lawyer.
The slippery concept of postmodernism is sometimes applied to all the above ideologies.
Then Richard had become an asset, someone she wanted to be able to move around, but he was slippery .
All this may be true, but these are slippery words.
And a nice change from forceful journalists shouting at slippery politicians.
There are also gearbox modes for slippery surfaces or for faster gear changes.
A policeman has told how he bravely apprehended a slippery customer.
It's a nuanced world we live in, and responsibility is such a slippery concept.