He slouched in his chair, clutching a crumpled charcoal blazer in his arms, and kept fidgeting.
Though I did spot one man looking rather miserable, slouched in his seat, already checking his watch.
Crawford was arrested as he slouched in his truck with multiple wounds to his chest.
Their backs are slouched, and their legs are curved with much standing about.
By twos and threes they slouched away, trying to look unconcerned.
With its head lower than its shoulders, and its long tail twitching, it slouched down the path, treading as softly as a kitten.
He was there in working clothes, in slouched hat, with no collar.
I knew her at once, in spite of the grey Spanish (man's) hat she wore, slouched over her face.
He had just time to slip behind a great pine when Thomas slouched into view.
"I'll be up town to see Mr. Wheaton in a day or two," he declared, as he slouched through the door.
1510s, "lazy man," variant of slouk (1560s), probably from a Scandinavian source, perhaps Old Norse slokr "lazy fellow," and related to slack (adj.) on the notion of "sagging, drooping." Meaning "stooping of the head and shoulders" first recorded 1725. Slouch hat, made of soft material, first attested 1764.
"walk with a slouch," 1754; "have a downcast or stooped aspect," 1755; from slouch (n.). Related: Slouched; slouching (1610s as a past participle adjective; 1660s of persons, 1690s of hats).