slouchily dressed. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
She read from Wild Boys, then played clarinet while Tilda Swinton who stepped out looking brilliantly, slouchily elegant in black and white read more. From Wordnik.com. [Archive 2005-07-01] Reference
A moment later the town was in sight, and groups of flannel-shirted, dusty-booted, slouchily attired citizens were discernible coming out of buildings everywhere. From Wordnik.com. [Bruvver Jim's Baby] Reference
This is not a commitment to vote for Obama, and I'm still going to provide the service of observing events from my slouchily neutral posture, to which no vow currently binds me. From Wordnik.com. [In which I say who won last night's debate and almost abandon my cruel neutrality pose.] Reference
Craven came in, slouchily, his hair standing on end, his eyes peering through the thick-lensed glasses. From Wordnik.com. [Empire] Reference
She pointed to a tall, lanky, slouchily dressed man who was directing the lowering of a sail in one of the catboats. From Wordnik.com. [The Slipper Point Mystery] Reference
Even in the brilliant morning sunlight the vessel, soughing, creaking, groaning, as it moved slouchily over the waters impressed her as the shape of terror. From Wordnik.com. [Dan Merrithew] Reference
But, heigh-ho and alack-aday! the dirty-faced man and the red-nosed man and the man with the greasy hat passed slouchily on, a-munching and a-crunching of his apple. From Wordnik.com. [A Melody in Silver] Reference
"That name 'll have to do till I git a better one," he mused, and then stood up to receive toll from a farmer who drove slowly out from the bridge, his elbows on his knees, his horse walking slouchily. From Wordnik.com. [The Skipper and the Skipped Being the Shore Log of Cap'n Aaron Sproul] Reference
He was forty-six, gray as a rat, earnest, thoughtful, slenderly educated, slouchily dressed and clay-soiled, but his heart was finer metal than any gold his shovel ever brought to light -- than any, indeed, that ever was mined or minted. From Wordnik.com. [Roughing It] Reference
On the contrary, he usually appeared sitting slouchily on some woe-begone old animal, his long legs dangling on one side of the saddle, the bridle rein looped over his arm and a straw hat on his head, more like a ploughman than an officer of high rank. From Wordnik.com. [On the Trail of Grant and Lee] Reference
But the erect soldierly carriage of the wearer, and that neatness and trimness in details, which military experience renders habitual, made this frayed and time-stained uniform seem almost elegant, as compared with the clothes that hung slouchily upon the men around him. From Wordnik.com. [The Duke of Stockbridge] Reference
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