By excusing more and more accuracy and objectivity start down the slippery slope.
It would suggest to me that the incline in the slippery slope may be steeper at this point than is generally supposed.
Curious insects are tempted to come close and take a sip, then slide down the slippery slope to their deaths.
The path to water was sometimes a slippery slope for the ducklings.
Some bioethicists fear these pioneers are pushing humanity down that infamous slippery slope.
It is a slippery slope that not only has legal implications but moral ones as well.
Talbot never mentions that it is a slippery slope from the epidural to more serious intervention.
There's a tug between storytelling and the truth, and it's a slippery slope.
Third, if an argument uses a slippery slope that does not mean it's perforce wrong.
There's a slippery slope here, trading off explanatory power for triviality.
Slang definitions & phrases for slippery slope
A disastrous course; irrecoverable commitment: Active euthanasia brings with it many dicey procedural questions, and, ultimately, a slippery slope(1951+)
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Idioms and Phrases with slippery slope
A dangerous course, one that leads easily to catastrophe, as in He's on a slippery slope, compromising his values to please both the bosses and the union. This metaphoric expression alludes to traversing a slick hillside, in constant danger of falling.