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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References in classic literature ?
Sheeta gave a low growl and slunk into the blackness of a far corner.
Kicking off with Business As Usual, the Hollywood funk legends slunk into the aptly-titled Old Folks Boogie, before ending up in, Oh Atlanta.
I slunk into a pew next to my good friend, a mom attending Mass child-free because her youngest was in third grade.
Clinton may have abandoned the sinking liberal ship, built a new one, and captained it to victory, but the government he leads is filled with retread liberals who slunk into lifeboats and now await the big battle.