Weasel Out In A Sentence

Definition of Weasel Out

(idiomatic, intransitive, often followed by of) To shirk, avoid, or fail to fulfill (a task, responsibility, etc.) | (idiomatic, transitive) To obtain or extract, especially with effort and by cunning methods.

How To Use Weasel Out In A Sentence?

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Weasel Out | Weasel Out Sentence

  • I glanced at my watch and tried to weasel out of it.

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