Coldness slithered through him.
Bitterness slithered through her.
The branches of the trees slithered overhead while brush and bramble scampered out of his way.
It was a perfect evening... until something slithered across her foot.
Taran gazed into the inky black eyes, ignoring the urge to look as the creature slithered beneath the skin on Memon's neck.
It wasn't the venom she feared, although she was cautious, but the way the body writhed and slithered.
Frustrated he couldn't help Katie while Ully was out, Toby started off again into the jungle, looking at each tree until he found one he thought he could climb. He leapt to the lowest branch, which slithered in his grip before it wrapped around him.
Leven started the season reasonably well and then slithered into a decline which infuriated some anglers and simply disappointed the rest.
I remember that on the night it finally exploded we all slithered down to the beach to watch.
slithered sideways on the bloody flags, and went tumbling down the next flight.
slithered across the floor.
slithered down the precipice onto a track running off through the forest.
slithered off on their fungal foray.
slithered down to the beach to watch.
slithered away like a snake.
Another ape thrust a spear at him; but Prak slithered sideways on the bloody flags, and went tumbling down the next flight.
thrust a spear at him; but Prak slithered sideways on the bloody flags, and went tumbling down the next flight.
In the hallway there was a snake that slithered across the floor.
I slithered down the precipice onto a track running off through the forest.
Each night, the slugs crawled out of the moons and stars and slithered off on their fungal foray.
Already your lungs have flown away like a bird and your guts have slithered away like a snake.
Ask nearly any woman who has ever slithered into a sleek dress for a night out on the town: She feels about 100 times sexier and confident if she has shapewear on underneath.
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