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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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"Officer Slither - as he was quickly named - was provided with his very own bed within the warm public reception office until he/she was picked up by the SSPCA.
A FORMER metalworker had the shock of his life when he saw a metre long grass snake slithered into his house.
A few weeks ago, there was a news story about a woman driving on Route 495, near Hopkinton, when a 12- to 14-inch garter snake slithered across her lap.
There is also a graphic description of how the Kobalos women were brutally massacred in a genocide dismissed by Slither as a "time of temporary insanity." Grimalkin, the witch assassin, turns up in this new land, helps Slither prevail, and also frees the human slaves.
Destination: Dorman Museum in Middlesbrough to see its two new exhibitions, Slavery Here and Slither
Why the low latitudes teem, flutter, buzz, and slither with so much more diversity than the temperate zones do is a long-standing question.
For the first half-hour or so, "Slither" seems to be a seriocomic riff on sci-fi thrillers in which hapless humans are infected by extraterrestrial contamination or manmade maladies.
The New Jersey waterfront has been a virtual hotbed of development over the past 10 years with some of the biggest names in the business transforming the once industrial corridor into a slither of high density residential towers, offices and retail centers.
This monkey business takes you to a make-believe jungle, where you will gallop like horses, hop like frogs, climb like monkeys, slither like snakes, and stomp like elephants.
(On Gen 3:14-15: "The serpent is to lose his legs, slither in the dirt, and suffer from the hostility of human beings").
They include "Slither slither slither slither went the tongue" and the use of "otorhinolaryngological caverns" instead of ears, nose and throat.
If you're hooked on the book series, you must (just must!) slither to the theater for a grand viewing of the silver-screen version of Events.
Dirt on the outside of your unit will slither its way to the inside of your unit.
SRI originally developed them for use in lightweight military robots that can slither over mines without setting them off, or hover quietly like hummingbirds to spy on enemies.
From my vantage this seems nothing more than a courtesy flop, an obliging slither. It's almost as if Janice felt compelled to do something to salvage the performance.