Origin of slither
OTHER WORDS FROM slitherslith·er·y, adjective
Words nearby slither
How to use slither in a sentence
Wayne LaPierre may have won the week, and he may slither away without Congress doing anything this time around.LaPierre et Le Deluge|Michael Tomasky|April 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But as is frequently the case, the Sandy Hook conspiracy theories would eventually slither toward more sinister territory.Newtown Conspiracy Theories: Obama, Iran, and Other Culprits|Michael Moynihan|December 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
On the day the Sun-Times finally sank, an Ontario court rejected Breeden's effort to slither out of my libel suits.I Was Right|Conrad Black|April 3, 2009|DAILY BEAST
They curve up all together like a glittering bow and slither down again.Round the Wonderful World|G. E. Mitton
You can slither pine-needles through your fingers as you discuss, too, and it helps you to think.Us and the Bottleman|Edith Ballinger Price
We slither and slide to the bottom of the pit and gather fragments of steel.'Green Balls'|Paul Bewsher
Up comes the deck in that fainting swoon backwards—then down it fades in that indescribable slither forwards.
A dimness comes over one's mind: a sort of stupefaction owing to the wind and the relentless slither-and-rearing of the ship.