slink in

slink in

To enter some place in a quiet, sneaky, inconspicuous, or furtive manner. The burglar slunk in without making a sound. Marty came slinking in the room, late to class as usual.
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slink in(to something)

to creep into something. The cat slunk into the hallway and lay down in the middle of the floor. I left the door ajar and a cat slunk in.
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The Slink in question is Frank Hanson, a longstanding owner with trainer Micky Hammond (below left), who said: "He wasn't winning out of turn.
And then you slink in the door and find your fellow apostles gabbling about your dead master, Jesus, as being no longer dead but alive.