to turn (a mast or other spar) around on its own axis, or without removing it from its place.
to swing around.
to turn about; swing around.
the act of sluing.
a position slued to.
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How to use slue in a sentence
"You don't need to say anything about this to slue Foot," cautioned the boy.
It was slue Foot, and he brought 'em a grub stake and some blankets.
We want to make as good a showin' as we kin this year, slue Foot.
The man that's doing the double crossing is slue Foot Magee.
slue Foot glowered: "An' what if I've changed my mind about lettin' ye in?"
British Dictionary definitions for slue (1 of 3)
a variant spelling (esp US) of slew 2
British Dictionary definitions for slue (2 of 3)
a variant spelling of slough 1 (def. 2)
British Dictionary definitions for slue (3 of 3)
US informal a variant spelling of slew 4
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