Slunk

Part of speech:

Imp. & pp. of SLINK, v.

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Usage examples "slunk":

  1. This to the Swazi fugitives who had slunk under one of the waggons, in the desperate hope that these terrible and dreaded warriors might take their departure as suddenly as they had appeared. - "The Luck of Gerard Ridgeley", Bertram Mitford.
  2. He did so, and as he slunk away, the drover noticed that the middle two fingers of his left hand were missing. - "In the Musgrave Ranges", Jim Bushman.
  3. And then I put on thy skirt, and we slunk into town quietly. - "A Little Girl in Old Philadelphia", Amanda Minnie Douglas.