inching[ inch ]SEE DEFINITION OF inching
Synonyms for inching
- barely moving
- moving slowly
- on all fours
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCHING
I was inching now, coming back like a blind man feeling his way.
He'd get one finger into a hole and pull, inching his body against the beam.
Loren's hand was inching out toward the yellow and brown neck.
His worship observed, that he had never heard the verb "inching" used before, and therefore he had asked for an explanation.
And this craft bore past there often, inching its downward way with swifters of logs, driving fast up-lake without a tow.
They were inching themselves up the long perpendicular miles of the windy gorge of the Llanos de Jaen.
Inching himself along, he came to the small door which had been cut into the hold to connect with the main hatch.
Soon the skiff was inching through a labyrinth of floating hyacinths; there were few stretches of open water.
Devil Chad was inching forward, his head still bent; and when he had advanced a foot, he sprang.