Thesaurus / slouched


Pete slouched out on the porch, wearing a grin that was half sheepish, half worried.

Hiram The Young FarmerBurbank L. Todd

He slouched across to the speaking-tube and whistled up the engine-room, while Slyne sat watching him with sombre eyes.

The White BlackbirdHudson Douglas

The Pup floundered off obediently to get the chip, and Baiseley, muttering inarticulate abuse, slouched away to his sled.

Kings in ExileSir Charles George Douglas Roberts

He was there in working clothes, in slouched hat, with no collar.

Booker T. WashingtonEmmett J. Scott and Lyman Beecher Stowe

But when Barnes had slouched upstairs to bed, Michael realized how little his insinuations had mattered.

Sinister Street, vol. 2Compton Mackenzie

At that moment the young man spoken of slouched into the room, with his head bandaged, and took a seat at the supper-table.

He slouched to his horse, under propulsion of the revolver, and led the animal into the gulch.

Brand BlottersWilliam MacLeod Raine

Fred was leaning against the gate, in his brown velveteen coat and slouched hat, looking so handsome and picturesque, poor fellow!

EstherRosa Nouchette Carey

His broad-brimmed hat was still on, slouched down over his eyes like that of a scout.

"Sure I go," answered Semmel, with a toss of his head, and he slouched toward the stern.

At the Fall of Port ArthurEdward Stratemeyer


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