Definition of 'slouched'
Example sentences containing 'slouched'
Then he slouched from the room, slamming the door behind him.THE BOOK LADY
It drank its fill, shook its mane, slouched off down the hill to the dense cover at the edge of the plain.AT THE STROKE OF TWELVE
Ollie cradled his nearly empty brandy glass in both of his hands on his stomach as he slouched in his big chair.THE DUTCH BLUE ERROR
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