like a snake in English

like a serpent, in a creepy or slithering manner, stealthily

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1. 'Cause they hinge down like a snake.

2. This river moves like a snake in the sand.

3. The silver birch sheds its skin like a snake.

4. The earth doth like a snake renew Her winter weeds outworn.

5. When Satan was banished from Heaven... he was cursed to crawl the earth like a snake.

6. Clear as a bell, yet slithery with innuendo, it leaped like a deer, slipped like a snake.

7. 3 Clear as a bell, yet slithery with innuendo, it leaped like a deer, slipped like a snake.

8. I remember my tongue shedding its skin like a snake, my voice in the classroom sounding just like the rest.

9. For all his odd and scary views, Buchanan has played the fear card like a snake oil salesman hawking eternal life.

10. the Western Pacific, Japan winds in and out like a snake from southwest to northeast, a distance of more than two thousand miles.

11. 22 the Western Pacific, Japan winds in and out like a snake from southwest to northeast, a distance of more than two thousand miles.

12. Former prime minister Kevin Rudd is unmanly and like a snake for leaking a damaging story about his successor Julia Gillard, a former Labor leader says.

13. It lands, twisting back on itself almost like a snake-- Zuleika gathers for a leap as-- Quaritch raises the gatling gun and-- The manticore launches at him and-- P-P-P-POOM!!

14. Lying as it does in the deep waters of the Western Pacific, Japan winds in and out like a snake from southwest to northeast, a distance of more than two thousand miles.

15. 21 Lying as it does in the deep waters of the Western Pacific, Japan winds in and out like a snake from southwest to northeast, a distance of more than two thousand miles.

16. So, this might look highly alarming to you, a little bit like a snake eating it's tail, because what happens here is that you apply a map operation on the value that you're about to define.