slouch[ slouch ]SEE DEFINITION OF slouch
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SLOUCH
He fled with all his speed, and Jim was no slouch of a runner.
But, as I've said, with no false modesty, I'm no slouch in my field of biochemistry.
"She's no slouch of a scribe neither," continued Corbin animatedly.
Then who is it in the fancy dress, with slouch 'ats an' feathers on?
He was no slouch himself when it came to putting on the mitts.
He wore a slouch hat, and I knew him, even in that dim light, for a farmer.
This goes on while the backs are in their “slouch” or attitude of repose.
By the by, now I recollect, you are no slouch at that yourself.
Morley's no slouch, and there may be championship timber in Winston.
This Manning is no slouch of a scientist himself and Page is better.