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    The act of walking slowly

    Hello
    What do you call the act of walking slowly so no one notices

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    Re: The act of walking slowly

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    Hello
    What do you call the act of walking slowly so no one notices
    "Walking on tiptoe" perhaps? http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dict...itish/tiptoe_1

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    Re: The act of walking slowly

    Creeping?

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    Re: The act of walking slowly

    Stalking (when cats do it)

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    Re: The act of walking slowly

    Sidling? Shuffling/edging [towards some goal]?...

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