English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'sidle'

(verb) 
Definition
to walk slowly and carefully, not wanting to be noticed
A young man sidled up to me and said, `May I help you?'
Synonyms
edge
He edged closer to the door.
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steal
They can steal away at night and join us.
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slink
He couldn't just slink away.
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inch
, ,
creep
I went back to the hotel and crept up to my room.
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sneak
Don't sneak away and hide.

Additional synonyms

in the sense of creep
Definition
to move quietly and cautiously
I went back to the hotel and crept up to my room.
Synonyms
tiptoe,
approach unnoticed
in the sense of slink
Definition
to move or act in a quiet and secretive way from fear or guilt
He couldn't just slink away.
Synonyms
in the sense of sneak
Definition
to move quietly, trying not be noticed
Don't sneak away and hide.
Synonyms

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Thesaurus for sidle from the Collins English Thesaurus
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