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  • verb Present participle of slue.

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Examples

  • There was no more sluing the periscope stand around to take a three-hundred and sixty degree view, no manual changes of the resolution, and no switching between the search scope and the attack scope.

    Joint Operations

  • Nimby didn't, he rode through the forest, winding between the standing trees and brush, sluing around puddles and rocks.

    Xone of Contention

  • Nimby didn't, he rode through the forest, winding between the standing trees and brush, sluing around puddles and rocks.

    Xone of Contention

  • Bird Dog followed the orders instantly, sluing the jet around in a violent turn that pushed her up to max Gs. As he came out of the turn, he saw it, a wavering glittery speck just dead ahead.

    Nuke Zone

  • And then we rode in silence for a dozen blocks, down Third Avenue under the El, rattling and swaying over the cobbles, occasionally lurching or sluing a little sideways through patches of snow.

    Time and Again

  • Dortmunder slammed on the brakes, sluing to a stop on the highway and giving the old fart in the pickup truck tailgating him yet another infarction.

    Drowned Hopes

  • Just before sunset a car came sluing and sliding down the slope from the village of Port Victoria, skidding to a stop by the unfinished hotel.

    Kahawa

  • As we looked, suddenly an armoured automobile appeared around the corner of the Mikhailovsky, its guns sluing this way and that.

    Chapter 6. The Committee for Salvation

  • There was the sun just rising to show him which was the east, and already far down below he saw the ribbon of the Rhine which they must cross; but sluing round to look back, he saw the thing he feared -- an escadrille of German aircraft rising from the plain over which the smoke from the Zeppelin hangar still hung.

    With Haig on the Somme

  • There was no need for Bob Dashwood to give any command, for strong arms had already seized the gun, and, sluing it round, pointed it at the opening.

    With Haig on the Somme

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