What is another word for slip of the tongue?

Pronunciation: [slˈɪp ɒvðə tˈʌŋ] (IPA)

"Slip of the tongue" is a phrase used to describe an accidental verbal mistake. There are various synonyms for this phrase which can be used to express the same meaning. The most commonly used synonym is "verbal gaffe" or "verbal blunder". Other alternatives are "mistaken utterance", "thoughtless remark", "spoonerism", "malapropism", "slip-up", "faux pas", or "foot in mouth". These synonyms can be used interchangeably to refer to unintentional language mistakes that can have comedic or embarrassing consequences. Regardless of the word choice, it's essential to remember the impact that words have on others and to choose them carefully.

Synonyms for Slip of the tongue:

What are the hypernyms for Slip of the tongue?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • hypernyms for slip of the tongue (as nouns)

What are the hyponyms for Slip of the tongue?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.
  • hyponyms for slip of the tongue (as nouns)

Famous quotes with Slip of the tongue

  • A slip of the foot you may soon recover, but a slip of the tongue you may never get over.
    Benjamin Franklin
  • A slip of the tongue is not the fault of the mind a kick on the arse will bring back the mind
    Rajan
  • The President must be greater than anyone else, but not better than anyone else. We subject him and his family to close and constant scrutiny and denounce them for things that we ourselves do every day. A Presidential slip of the tongue, a slight error in judgment — social, political, or ethical — can raise a storm of protest. We give the President more work than a man can do, more responsibility than a man should take, more pressure than a man can bear. We abuse him often and rarely praise him. We wear him out, use him up, eat him up. And with all this, Americans have a love for the President that goes beyond loyalty or party nationality; he is ours, and we exercise the right to destroy him.
    John Steinbeck

Related words: stuttering, tongue twister, speech impediment, speech disorder, dyslexia

Related questions:

  • What is a speech impediment?
  • How to tell if someone has a speech impediment?
  • What causes a speech impediment?
  • What are the symptoms of a speech impediment?
  • How to prevent a speech impediment?
  • Word of the Day

    emigrations
    "Emigrations" is a term that refers to the act of leaving one's country of origin to settle in a different one. Some synonyms for this term are migration, immigration, relocation, ...