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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of slink.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. & p. p. of slink.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Slim; slender; lank.
- n. A slope; a declivity; a depression in the ground.
- n. Wrinkled skin: especially used of animals.
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I bought a ham steak and slank slunked? off, and substituted it in the mussels dish I made.
I will be snapping up the Dutch version in a couple of weeks and look forward to picking out the few words I know, like slagroom, slank, and my personal favorite, kikker which means frog.
George Bush slank out of office as the most detested president in American history.
The snuggie keeps you snug, but the slanket keeps you...slank?
Straight into a clutch of used car salesmen she rode, or slank if you will.
I finally slunk (slinked? slank? slanked? slunked?) back to the store, and felt like a dirtbag for the rest of the day.
Then hung his head, and slank away, and all his dirty crew
The people crowded about the parties, and somewhat impeded Lord Mungo's retreat; upon which Lord Lovat called out to the people, "Pray, gentlemen, make room for Lord Mungo Murray," Lord Mungo slank away, and the affair ended without bloodshed.
He was left in a low slank after a fflood, and ye water fell away from him, and he died.
Gosh, he gave them a talking to, and they slank away.