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verb as in slump over

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The 10th generation processor is no slouch for gaming, but won’t do much for streaming.

Claxton is no slouch as a screen-and-roll man himself on the other end of the floor.

Wyoming is no slouch when it comes to good looks, and the 68-mile Beartooth Highway showcases some of the most epic snapshots of the state’s mountainous scenery, ending at the northeast entrance of Yellowstone National Park.

Mayfield was no slouch, either, completing 10 of 15 passes for 111 yards and two touchdowns.

All brands and businesses have had to respond quickly to changes wrought by the coronavirus crisis, and retailers have been no slouches in the adaptive innovation department.

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The rest of the country is no slouch when it comes to solar, either.

Feinstein, no slouch himself in the wunderkind department, began his career at the age of 20, working for Ira Gershwin.

And the veteran comedy writer, 52, is no slouch when it comes to getting laughs.

Gordon, mohawked and heavily tattooed, is no slouch, either.

I slouch back in my office chair, breathe deeply, and stare up at the ceiling trying to regain my composure.

The Mexican immediately pulled off his ragged slouch-hat and his tattered coat.

His hat was laying on the floor—an old black slouch with the top caved in, like a lid.

He pictured Maizie as wearing overalls, a man's shirt with the tail out, a big slouch hat, and buckskin gloves.

And all the time he was a-doing it he tried to talk like an Englishman; and he done it pretty well, too, for a slouch.

"I will, dad," she said, and tenderly she watched his great figure slouch out of sight.


On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to slouch, such as: crouch, droop, loll, bend, bow, and lean.

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