Then, from my left, a tall, beautiful girl, graceful as a gazelle in skintight jeans and high heels, slinked over to me.
With no other option, Law tendered his resignation to Pope John Paul II and slinked off to Rome.
“Walking away” is the key phrase; she knew she had slinked away with something that almost evaded her, and it felt good.
They slinked down the alley and seeing a light in the back room of a store, Fenn stopped and went up to peer in.
Tis more than a year now since I slinked out of Baalbek, leaving you in the dark about me.
Hanging down his head, and looking very silly, he slinked off the stage.
slinked in he did, and his face was like you see it to-night only worse.
The moment the professor's back was turned they slinked after their leader into the house.
Peg was coming back, and her pockets had been emptied, for the heavy skirt now slinked around her slender form.
Be sure, Sir John slinked off in the siege, and this is he and his daughter.
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.