Definition of 'weasel out'
Example sentences containing 'weasel out'
`Saisse will be far too busy trying to weasel out of a life sentence to be bothered about any charges against you.CODE BREAKER
Choosing adornments for the house had always been a job he preferred to weasel out of, whenever Helen would let him.SOMETHING IN THE WATER GYPSY MASALA (2004)
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