To take on or move with an awkward, slovenly posture
To hang limply, loosely, and carelessly
A self-indulgent person who spends time avoiding work or other useful activity
No slouch to business himself, Mr. Raymond, a graduate of the Stanford Graduate School of Business, decided to open up his own lingerie store at the Stanford Shopping Center.
When I saw this movie in a theater, the audience cracked up simply at the sight of Allen seating himself in the command chair, his take on Shatner's 'command slouch' was just that good.
slouch on the couch.
Many new cyclists are tempted to slouch or rest their upper body weight against the handlebars, but this prevents you from getting the best workout possible.
Hat - A gray slouch hat or cap was army issue but many of the Confederate soldiers preferred to wear a broad-brimmed felt hat that protected them from the sun and rain.