We began to slink outside, tentatively crossing the terrace.
Jones, ever the charmer, proceeds to slink behind the desk and begin fake-hammering away at the keyboard.
Marshland gave a cry as she beheld the sight of the unhappy Wilson slink into a corner.
A dog was observed to slink away into the bush as they approached.
The cow should be fattened and sold, unless she be a very valuable breeding animal, as the chances are that she will slink again.
He was not the sort of fellow to slink in when no one was looking.
He feared he might only grow hot, and stammer, and slink out.
He waited his opportunity to slink out of camp to the woods.
But he had one sentence more to hear before he was suffered to slink away.
I believe my faith the higher, the better for mankind—Am I to slink away?
Old English slincan "to creep, crawl" (of reptiles), from Proto-Germanic *slinkan (cf. Swedish slinka "to glide," Dutch slinken "to shrink, shrivel;" related to sling (v.)). Of persons, attested from late 14c. Related: Slinked; slinking.