Third-person singular simple present indicative form of slight. (verb)
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Use "slights" in a sentence
"Why is it the media thinks that Obama can look over the Hillary slights from the primary, but that Power and Clinton can not work out their differences."
"Davos is a commoner raised to a knight, and suffers slights from the other nobles who wait on Stannis."
"My favorite bit, from Irvine, who puts things in perspective: "SF fandom is never happy unless it's miserable, and nothing makes fandom more happily miserable, or miserably happy, than to invent imagined slights from the literary establishment.""