slink into (some place)

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slink into (some place)

To enter some place in a quiet, sneaky, inconspicuous, or furtive manner. The burglar slunk into the house without making a sound. Marty came slinking into the room, late to class as usual.
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LORD Freud had to slink into a housing conference - to avoid angry bedroom tax protesters.
Jerry Lewis, after all, is part of that generation of straight men that would rather slink into a monastery than be mistaken for queer.
DAVE Rather than slink into your shell when around guys, pretend you're kicking back at home with friends.
Slink into that seasonal shindig with an outfit that's shining in sequins.
Others slink into abandoned, urine-stinking rowhouses to fire home their dope.
It is here that the odious National Committee to Preserve Social Security & Medicare (NCPSS&M), the Conservative Caucus and other lobbies of their ilk slink into view.