slipper

Word family noun slip slipper slippage slipperiness adjective slippery verb slip
From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes
slipperslip‧per /ˈslɪpə $ -ər/ noun [countable] slippers.jpg DCCa light soft shoe that you wear at home
Examples from the Corpus
slipperI would lose my glass slipper.What could I do with her slippers?Ralph launched his slipper across the room.Richard took off his slippers and put on his black shoes again, and they went out.He was, like Aziz the janitor, definitely wearing one shoe and one slipper.This detail would have been immediately obvious had the slipper been made of glass.The king announced that whoever fit into the slipper would get to marry the prince.
Origin slipper (1400-1500) SLIP1