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slink

a. an animal, esp a calf, born prematurely
b. (as modifier): slink veal
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BARKING MAD: The dozy pooch wanders in front of the speeding cyclists; WHEEL OF MISFORTUNE: Burghardt is thrown from his bike as he hits the dog RUCKAS PICTURES; SLINKING FEELING: The labrador leaves with his tail between his legs
I was the vamp in Souvenirs, with a skin-tight dress and slinking all about--a marvelous role.
Neither actor is capable of stillness, and the first-act battle - oft interrupted - in Maggie and Brick's room - finds Mudge, in a revealing pink slip, creeping and slinking over every square inch of John Arnone's set.
And Gramps don't have much use for those who come slinking out of the woodwork gripped by the guilts after the fact, either.
Whenever a visitor entered the gallery, five employees slowly spread out across the room by slinking along the walls, and, while facing the wall, began declaiming in English.
The worm wiggles along, stretching and slinking, stretching and slinking.
Norman's layout is magnificent, slinking between the soaring sand dunes perched above Doughmore Bay.
Therefore, slinking this commonly mutated cancer gene to the control of cell cycle arrest and apoptosis following DNA damage has provided invaluable insights into mechanisms of tumor development in humans.
Pushing aside the Antonioni ennui that made her famous, Vitti is utterly delicious as Modesty, slinking through more costume and wig changes than Norma Shearer had in Marie Antoinette.
Slinking up wickedly after the group is the nasty, dastardly villain, Fargo Fink, played by .