- v. present participle of sliver.
“We knew what the trawls were, and supposed that the porgies were to be used for bait; and we soon found out what "slivering" meant, by seeing him take them by the head and cut a slice from first one side and then the other in such a way that the pieces looked not unlike smaller fish.”
“So I ended up slivering two big slices of Wilson's Jamón Selva Negra into my cream sauce.”
“I will take another look at that right before I go to be… writing about snakes this late might not be such a good idea… even though I am thankful for most of the long slivering creatures.”
“We were invited inside a neighboring shack with sunlight slivering through warped boards.”
“As the slivering of America has proceeded, the received wisdom has become that common values are impossible in so diverse a country, and perhaps not a very good idea, in any case.”
“He's not slivering off the electorate into demographics with special messages.”
“I think slivering them up and sauteeing them like the vegetable they are is another easy way to convert people.”
“At least quote the full sentence instead of slivering it.”
““Will your ladyship,” says he, slivering off the wing of a pully ally bashymall, “allow me to help you?””
“I looked up from the manchego cheese I was slivering to put on the salads.”
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