Synonyms of GLIDING

Examples of usage:

  1. Madelon, wandering about in the gloom, gliding softly into every nook and corner, gazing at tombs and decorated altars and pictures, wondered more and more at this strange new world in which she found herself, and which she had no one to interpret to her. "My Little Lady" by Eleanor Frances Poynter
  2. Scarcely were we on shore when the trunk we had left floated off, and we could see the mass, with several detached portions, gliding down the river. "On the Banks of the Amazon" by W.H.G. Kingston
  3. People think, as they see them gliding languidly about, that they will soon withdraw to sick- beds, perish there, and cease from among the healthy and happy. "Shirley" by Charlotte Brontë
  4. Gliding out again, she paced the hall, her hands pressed upon her beating heart. "East Lynne" by Mrs. Henry Wood
  5. Once away from the crowd, Lady Blythe walked quickly and impatiently, scarcely looking at the youthful figure that accompanied her own, like a fair ghost gliding step for step beside her. "Innocent Her Fancy and His Fact" by Marie Corelli
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