Synonyms of 'sidle'
to walk slowly and carefully, not wanting to be noticedA young man sidled up to me and said, `May I help you?'
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in the sense of creep
to move quietly and cautiouslyI went back to the hotel and crept up to my room.
in the sense of slink
to move or act in a quiet and secretive way from fear or guiltHe couldn't just slink away.
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Thesaurus for sidle from the Collins English Thesaurus
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