verb (used with object), slued, slu·ing.
verb (used without object), slued, slu·ing.
Words nearby slue
Origin of slue1
Examples from the Web for slued
She grasped him under the arms and with the strength of a young Amazon slued him about as if he had been a sack of flour.
She swung into the saddle, then slued toward him, leaned an elbow on the horn and rested her chin in the palm of her hand.
I slued around my head to look a second time, but the fog had already swallowed him.The Pirate of Panama|William MacLeod Raine
As he moved, the Englishman noticed that he slued slightly to the left—saw the twisted limb.Caravans By Night|Harry Hervey
She gave the floppy hat a yank that slued the ridiculous green bow to a more rakish angle, and then stopped suddenly in the road.Anything Once|Douglas Grant