snake along

snake along

to move along in a curving line, looking like a snake; to move along in a line, moving as a snake moves. The train snaked along, gaining speed as it went downhill. The line of people waiting to buy tickets snaked along slowly.
See also: snake
References in classic literature ?
And Dantes, happy to escape the history and explanation which would be sure to confirm his belief in his friend's mental instability, glided like a snake along the narrow passage; while Faria, restored by his alarm to a certain amount of activity, pushed the stone into place with his foot, and covered it with a mat in order the more effectually to avoid discovery.
You will pedal on some challenging terrain, amid towering coniferous woodlands and snake along the break-taking cliffs and pristine beaches of the Halkidiki Peninsula.
AN orderly queue of real ale diehards will snake along a Lockwood street next week to get first dibs at The Star Inn's beer festival.
On occasion it has taken half an hour or more to snake along the High Street during the laughingly named morning rush hour.
Doors and windows hang from their hinges and cracks snake along classroom walls.
The cable lines snake along the beauty spot and reach almost as far as the famous lighthouse overlooking the Irish Sea.
It has now turned out to be that of an ancient snake along with fossils of crushed eggs and dino hatchlings.
And with the snow we have to snake along because the first you know about them is when you hear a loud bang and your car won't move.
The bar moulds its way around the centre of the room while railings snake along the raised seating area.
FLORENCE - The 11 undersea cables that snake along the ocean floor carrying beefy fiber-optic connections don't play an obvious role in the lives of most Oregonians.
The city's vision was a simple but brilliant one - new electrically-powered trains would snake along the water front, feeding the bustling docks with vital labour.
The property has been divided into two waterfront parcels, an 8 acre and a 12 acre, which snake along Brooks Creek.
Agim, 30, added: "I tried to stop the firework but it was moving so fast, like a snake along the hallway.