Definition of Slinks

1. Verb. (third-person singular of slink) ¹



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Definition of Slinks

1. slink [v] - See also: slink

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Slinks

slingshots
slingshotted
slingshotten
slingshotting
slink
slinked
slinker
slinkers
slinkier
slinkies
slinkiest
slinkily
slinkiness
slinkinesses
slinking
slinks (current term)
slinky
slinter
slinters
sliotar
sliotars
slip
slip-case
slip-cueing
slip-joint pliers
slip-on
slip-skin grape
slip-up
slip-ups
slip away

Literary usage of Slinks

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1. Old Hendrik's Tales by Arthur Owen Vaughan (1904)
"WHY OLD JACKAL slinks HIS TAIL. THE little girl was full of excitement . Driving home with her mother from the "dorp," she had seen Ou' ..."

2. Liliom: A Legend in Seven Scenes and a Prologue by Ferenc Molnár (1921)
"... slinks furtively sideways to the stretcher, looks at LILIOM, shakes his head. ... With her piercing glance upon him he slinks to the doorway at back, ..."

3. Western Australian Year Book by Western Australia Registry Dept (1906)
"... as marine carriers ended at the slinks, and that althoug-h they ... pay meni of certain i-ates. to handle the j^oods from tin1 slinks to the point of ..."

4. The Best Plays by Burns Mantle, Louis Kronenberger (1921)
"The Sparrow slinks in from the house and calls to her that coffee is ready. ... The Sparrow gives the body a hurried look and slinks away. ..."

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