Third-person singular simple present indicative form of slew.(verb)
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Use "slews" in a sentence
"She had learned to call the slews "pugholes," and to watch for ducks at twilight."
"After a number of preliminary cracks of the whip, and sundry oaths and loud shouts administered to the 'leaders,' the driver got under way, and we were soon jolting -- at a speed of about four miles an hour -- over the 'slews' and ruts made by the recent rains."
"Audi "The R8's top mechanism slews in and out place in about 20 seconds, at speeds up to 30 mph, and stows under the Audi's outrageously cool rear decklid with finned aluminum strakes," writes Mr. Neil."