Antonyms for slouched

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Viviette asked, as soon as Dick had slouched away in search of his brother.

He slouched slightly in his gait, like the heavy man accustomed to the saddle.

He swung on one heel and slouched out, as Betty turned to go upstairs.

Murphy cast one despairing glance about him and slouched to his undoing.

He slouched and shuffled in his walk, and he was unspeakably dirty.

And with this final impotent explosion he slouched out of the hut.

Under his slouched hat there was a sterner face than there was wont to be.

He took in a fresh chew of tobacco and slouched out of the hotel.

"That's all, sir," answered Wingate, and touching his cap he slouched off.

His cap was slouched over his eyes, and his face was as grimy as the roads he mended.