(1) Now, the bill is about to come due, and they're looking for ways to weasel out.(2) The conference, if it was about anything, was about restating these questions and systematically shooting down cheap attempts to weasel out of them.(3) she suspects me of trying to weasel my way into his affections(4) Does the boss who scheduled your sadly abbreviated lunch break deserve to be called a weasel or a stoat?(5) What makes it worse is you're trying to help him weasel his way into dinner with me.(6) And then I started backpedalling and trying to weasel out of it, because I really hadn't expected him to say yes.(7) Tell him to weasel his way into the affections of as many receptionists, secretaries and PAs as is humanly possible, since they always know how things work, and he may find that he has been trying to get hold of the wrong person.(8) Also, it stars Michael Kitchen as a bloke who manages to weasel out of a murder, witnessed by the waitress at a party.(9) This approach tries to weasel out of making any cross-cultural claims about what has value - although, notice, it does assume the universal value of opulence.(10) They are carnivores like the stoat, weasel , otter and badger.(11) That little slut could weasel her way into anything.(12) Our prime minister is currently trying to weasel out of a $161-million grant scandal, among other issues.(13) Becky Sharp exploits the weaknesses of those around her to weasel her way into society, but her own vanity is what drives her there to begin with.(14) I then tried to weasel my way into the audience's affection, assuring punters that if they laughed at all my gags everyone would get their money back on the way out.(15) he was a double-crossing weasel(16) Except that when that happens, I conveniently find some bogus excuse or lame technicality to avoid paying your damages or to weasel my way into only paying part of them.