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- adj. Given to slouching.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Slouching.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Inclined to slouch; somewhat slouching.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking stiffness in form or posture
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In these pieces, written in large part by Kurtzman with Jaffee and Roth usually writing their own pieces, it's not enough that you remember singer Perry Como -- you have to remember when he was young and known as a slouchy mumbler, an affront to the more polished type of crooner like Bing Crosby.
Escada Escada Sport's pre-fall collection featured pieces such as slouchy boots.
What looks "slouchy" according to the fashion magazines' description, always on skinny 17-year-old models with slender skirts and no derriere, just looks messy and dowdy on me.
Drill is over; the sharp eyes and sharper tongue of the major no longer criticise any faulty or "slouchy" wheel; the drill proper has been stiff and spirited, and now the necessary changes of direction are carried out in a purely perfunctory manner, while the battalion commander and his subaltern, troops and all, amble back and give their steeds a breathing spell.
He is a short, rather thick set, somewhat awkward, and "slouchy" man, extremely careless in his dress, blunt and abrupt in his manner, with a queer inexpressive face, little blue eyes which can look dull or flash fire or twinkle with the wickedest fun.
The best thing about the Stella McCartney signature pieces is the fact that they can fit any body type - because the jackets in particular are kind of slouchy and oversized - but still extremely feminine.
If you haven't retired your slouchy socks and striped spandex leggings yet, then you may still be longing for workouts like those again.
Prada, Spring 2012 This demure dressing-up is a far cry from the dressed-down black-leather leggings, biker jackets and slouchy tees that had previously dominated so many runways.
Once you have your big, slouchy sofa, there is the question of how to deal with it in the room.
When there wasn't a skirt, slouchy pants echoed the former.