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v. slunk (slŭngk) also slinked, slink·ing, slinks
To move in a quiet furtive manner; sneak: slunk away ashamed; a cat slinking through the grass toward its prey.
To give birth to prematurely: The cow slinked its calf.
[Middle English slinken, from Old English slincan.]
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moving in a furtive waymoving in a sinuously graceful way
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slinking[ˈslɪŋkɪŋ] adj (movement) → furtivo/a
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