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I know, but he's already as slippery as an eel.
I knew from firsthand experience that the Firm was as slippery as an eel in baby oil.
She writhed around on my face becoming as slippery as an eel.
But as slippery as an eel when I want to get a confession from you."
I know him, and he is as slippery as an eel; if you lose a minute he'll be through your fingers."
It would be a risky piece of work to depend on that man's word for proof; he is as slippery as an eel.
But Estes was as slippery as an eel.
As slippery as an eel she wormed out from under him and flew at the door to the saloon.
That woman's as slippery as an eel.
"If you know her, then you're very well aware of the fact that she's as slippery as an eel and twice as dangerous.
The tench has very small scales, which are deeply imbedded in a thick skin, making it as slippery as an eel.
'He is,' she said most woundingly, 'as slippery as an eel.'
This is you, who have been as slippery as an eel this last month, and as thorny as a briar-rose?
Caiigat Cayó (Be as Slippery as an Eel, 1888)
Indeed, he was at times as slippery as an eel and he seemed to know instinctively exactly the way Javelin's fine-tuned Drasnian mind was working.
Hawkeye was gripped by an antagonist to whom fury had lent unexpected strength; at the same time, The Shadow's agent was as slippery as an eel.
The train of thought that begins like this is as slippery as an eel, and the only effective way to catch it is to examine the truth of the matter.
On August 3 of the same year, del Pilar wrote Caiigat Cayó (Be as Slippery as an Eel).
You have a quick horse, a light tilbury, you are naturally as slippery as an eel; if I had missed you to-night, I might not have had another chance."
Local legend here is as slippery as an eel in a leaky dinghy, but the livery sure looks that old, sticking out of the mud on pilings next to the City Island Bridge.
A CRUSTY East Hampton fisherman who believes King James II gave him the right to fish without a state license has turned out to be as slippery as an eel when it comes to proving him wrong in court.
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