"Perhaps," stiffly agreed the Master, not slackening his pace.
And sometimes it comes to us; but the absence of it is no reason for slackening our work.
But hardly loosening of the chain or slackening of the rope.
And then, with the slackening of her vigilance, came the slackening of her entire mind.
He returned the fellow's stare with a glance as significant, slackening his pace.
In any event, there was no shifting of the helm, no slackening of speed.
Swedes, who do not like to see a man's will slackening, admired this will and bowed before it.
When he was gone, and the train was slackening in the station, she moved close to the window.
Population increased at an unprecedented rate throughout Christendom in the nineteenth century, but the pace is now slackening.
There is no wide margin of profit that will admit of a slackening of the pace.