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verb as in throw or hang over

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That changed once I needed to carry more stuff, and I eventually got a cargo bike with a low-slung frame design that allowed me to get in the saddle without karate-kicking my kid in the face.

Wildwood’s motels are mostly low-slung and open-aired, harking back to the ’50s and ’60s when they were built.

As I pushed hard up that unrelenting grade, a young man cruised by me on a compact, low-slung bike.

Canoo's skateboard platform is particularly low-slung, which allows for a very cab-forward design.

Her mother watched the baby while Sarah’s husband drove her to the Institute for Neuroprosthetics, a low-slung brick building in the suburbs of Nashville.

SpaceShipTwo had been slung under the jet-powered carrier aircraft WhiteKnightTwo before taking off.

A man behind him on the dais has a dust mask slung over his neck.

Once bags were slung across shoulders, they departed to enjoy a short leave period before reporting back to duty.

In one surprisingly sweet scene, Kyle embraces a girlfriend as he plays a guitar slung over her back.

Then he slung his rifle around his back, took out his loaded pistol, and stared hard at the handcuffed Iraqi.

A huge string game-bag was slung over his back, and in an antelope's horn or a crane's bill bullets were carried.

A low slung maroon roadster came down the street and nosed into the mouth of the tarvia drive at Joseph's gate.

Wood was stacked, awkward trees and boulders removed, hammocks slung, and tents strengthened.

Near the low ceiling of the watch-house several hammocks are slung, obliging men to stoop a little as they move about.

The two bells are tied by a silver chain and slung over the elephant's back, one dangling on each side of him.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to slung, such as: lob, fling, dangle, hoist, hurl, and heave.

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