Definition of "slunk" [slunk]

  • A past tense and a past participle of slink. (verb)

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Use "slunk" in a sentence
  • "Then amidst a loud hooting, Hall took his weapons and without a word slunk into the boat of the Raven that lay astern, and rowed ashore; nor did Eric see his face for many months."
  • "He had heard of his extraordinary powers of curing almost every description of malady peculiar to the human frame, and without another word slunk out of the room."
  • "Hahn-Bin who uses only his first name slunk across the stage with his instrument, propped himself atop a piano and whipped his bow toward the crowd, more ringmaster than concertmaster."