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verb as in slump over

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Crawford was arrested as he slouched in his truck with multiple wounds to his chest.

He slouched in his chair, clutching a crumpled charcoal blazer in his arms, and kept fidgeting.

Though I did spot one man looking rather miserable, slouched in his seat, already checking his watch.

Pliny Pickett slouched around the corner, and, as he approached, the unmistakable odor of horses became noticeable.

He slouched wordlessly into the room, hands thrust deep in the pockets of a makeshift jacket.

Joe said, but his system failed or the material was poor,—old Jack slouched along as if each step was likely to be his last.

A few nights later the Red Fox slouched up to the cabin with some herbs for the step-mother.

Without a word the old man slouched ahead to where the big black horse was restlessly waiting in the bushes.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to slouched, such as: crouch, droop, loll, lounge, loaf, and wilt.

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