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What is another word for slouches?

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To stand, move, sit, or be placed in a lazy, drooping way
“The little baby began to relax in my arms and slouch lazily.”
To move very slowly (towards something)
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“I pull myself from the sofa and slowly slouch towards the door, opening it to see a familiar face.”
To live or spend a period of time in a dull, inactive, unchallenging way
To sit or lie down heavily and suddenly, especially when very tired
To move or cause to move into a sloping position
To move clumsily or ploddingly
To extend one's arms, legs and body out while lying down
Plural for the act, state or fact of being positioned or placed in a lazy, droopy way
“He had one hand braced against the wall, the other on his hip, and his body was curved in a lazy slouch as he listened, head down, while Sally talked.”
Plural for a person who is lazy or idle
“After work, my blue-collar husband reclines on the couch, and not once have I called him a no-good slouch.”
Plural for habitual indisposition to action or motion
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