English version

slithery

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishslitheryslith‧er‧y /ˈslɪðəri/ adjective  SLIDEunpleasantly slippery
Examples from the Corpus
slitheryI could already see that look in his eyes, something slithery and pink that hints of alcoholic tendencies.As we began our slithery descent to the shore, a kestrel hovered above the brow of the hill.Even the worms on the pavement, flooded out of their homes in the municipal flowerbeds, exude a slithery gentility.Pretty much where they started -- full of loping bass lines and slithery sax riffs.As the sea flooded around them, the boy grabbed an axe and hacked at the slithery tentacles.Clear as a bell, yet slithery with innuendo, it leaped like a deer, slipped like a snake.
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