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  • Transients twisted with the weight of the world sag their slow-foot way through truck stops, train yards, bus stations.

    Hobo Junction

  • In spite of this I can still picture the heavy dance of a motorcade, the oompah of a tuba, the slow-foot sashay of those elephants down Main Street.

    Songs of the Humpback Whale

  • For the rich man’s hurrying terror, and the slow-foot hope of the poor.

    The Day is Coming

  • The Finn turned on her with a snarl and a side-swipe of his knife, but she leaped aside, dodged the other slow-foot, and thrust a drill at Lund, who grasped it with a cry of exultation, swinging it over his head as if it had been a bamboo.

    A Man to His Mate

  • He could be back across the grass before the slow-foot Frenchman had sworn himself to the crest.

    The Gentleman A Romance of the Sea

  • For the rich man's hurrying terror, and the slow-foot hope of the poor.

    Poems By the Way

  • I mean, a lot of all of this was just to slow-foot, to slow things down.

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  • I mean, a lot of all of this was just to slow-foot, to slow things down.

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  • I mean, a lot of all of this was just to slow-foot, to slow things down.

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  • I mean, a lot of all of this was just to slow-foot, to slow things down.

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