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- v. Present participle of slouch.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Hanging down at the side; limp; drooping; without firmness or shapeliness; moving in an ungainly manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Hanging down; drooping.
- Awkward, heavy, and dragging, as in carriage or gait.
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Also, recognize that putting your hands in your pockets encourages slouching, which isn't good.
We're all guilty of slouching, which is why the Scottish Chiropractic Association (SCA) is launching the Straighten Up Scotland campaign to improve the nation's posture.
By "slouching," Brad means that world economic growth took off in spite of governments that fell far short of what he thinks they can be in terms of benevolence and wisdom.
CALKINS: And that's when Mr. Costin was kind of slouching or sliding down the wall?
Mr. Spragg drew himself up with a kind of slouching majesty.
He had worked constantly and hard for the last year, and he stooped a little sometimes when he was tired, and Katie was beginning to fear lest he should become round-shouldered and "slouching," and was in the way of giving him frequent hints about carrying himself uprightly, as he went about the farm.
On the reverse an officer appears with his shoelaces undone, shirt hanging out of his trousers and adopting a 'slouching' posture.
"I'm kind of slouching right now, because I'm just used to doing that, but on a stability ball, it's uncomfortable to slouch so you sit up more straight," Charlie Bodell said.
For people used to the presentational toe-first formality of classical ballet, the thick imaginary wall between audience and performer is suspended in that moment we see the dancers' dangling arms, relaxed feet, and slouching shoulders.
The new-look Knicks, now featuring elite defensive center Tyson Chandler and defacto defensive coordinator Mike Woodson, are looking a lot like the old Knicks: slouching at their lockers, shaking their heads at the box scores and trying to explain why they cant stop anyone.