SLINK, v.i. pret. and pp. slunk. 1. To sneak; to creep away meanly; to steal away. He would pinch the children in the dark, and then slink into a corner. 2. To miscarry, as a beast. SLINK, v.t. To cast prematurely; to miscarry of; as the female of a beast. SLINK, n. Produced prematurely, as the young of a beast.