n. mud; thick sticky slippery substance; cover or stain with something
Slime is just something that Hillary will never be rid of, by her own choosing.
Sentence in Classic:
The cold slime of the ditch covered his whole body; and, when the bell rang for study and the lines filed out of the playrooms, he felt the cold air of the corridor and staircase inside his clothes.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man By James Joyce Context
As he glided stealthily along, creeping beneath the shelter of the walls and doorways, the hideous old man seemed like some loathsome reptile, engendered in the slime and darkness through which he moved: crawling forth, by night, in search of some rich offal for a meal.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens Context
This was the shocking thing; that the slime of the pit seemed to utter cries and voices; that the amorphous dust gesticulated and sinned; that what was dead, and had no shape, should usurp the offices of life.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde By Robert Louis Stevenson Context
When the frog was got in, it hopped at once half the length of the boat, and then over my head, backward and forward, daubing my face and clothes with its odious slime.
Gulliver's Travels(V1) By Jonathan Swift Context
Its evil eyes were wriggling on their stalks, its mouth was all alive with appetite, and its vast ungainly claws, smeared with an algal slime, were descending upon me.
The Time Machine By H. G. Wells Context