slither


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Synonyms for slither

Synonyms for slither

to lose one's balance and fall or almost fall

to move sinuously

to move smoothly, continuously, and effortlessly

Synonyms for slither

to pass or move unobtrusively or smoothly

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IT'S SNAKES AND SHACKLES AT THE DORMAN MUSEUM: Some of the reptiles on show in the Slither exhibition and (below, right) museum assistant Dave Lane with one of the reminders of the evil slave trade
Kiss Rattle Slither is a non-fiction book about the wonderful, yet dangerous desert-dwelling creatures of the Southwest -- coral snake to kissing bug.
In the Second Movement, "As this climax dies away trailing clouds of strings and horns, the woodwinds slither back in with sinister whirring scales.
Small fish are more likely than large ones to slither from nets.
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SMALL SCALE: Slither in style in this mini marvel - it's the flashiest mac around.
They only get around with a sort of a slither, The one option they have to get hither or thither.
July 31 /PRNewswire/ -- A small town in Texas turns into a gruesome slugfest when Slither, the most deliciously twisted horror film ever to slink onto DVD and HD DVD & DVD Combo Format arrives on October 24, 2006 from Universal Studios Home Entertainment.
Gomer was the swiftest of 50 snails set loose in Tricio to see which could slither furthest in seven minutes as they pulled a tin of pickled peppers - a speciality of the northern Spanish village - tied to their shell.
Even with that, she was forced to pack up her snake oil and slither out of town.
WITH SIMON KUKURUZOVIC SLITHER (15) Available to rent and buy pounds 14.
Experiments show that matchstick-size slivers of hydrogel, the type of material used for soft contact lenses, can ooze along like snails, slither like snakes, and creep ahead like inchworms.
Whether they run, slither, leap, swim or fly over vineyards, a growing percentage of wildlife are finding a haven in California's farmlands.