Dictionary Results for slick|
1. slick - noun
· a slippery smoothness; "he could feel the slickness of the tiller"
Synonym(s): slickness, slipperiness, slip
2. slick - noun
· a magazine printed on good quality paper
Synonym(s): slick_magazine, glossy
Hypernym(s): magazine, mag
3. slick - noun
· a film of oil or garbage floating on top of water
4. slick - noun
· a trowel used to make a surface slick
5. slick - verb
· make slick or smooth
Hypernym(s): polish, smooth, smoothen, shine
6. slick - verb
· give a smooth and glossy appearance; "slick one's hair"
Synonym(s): slick_down, sleek_down
Hypernym(s): comb, comb_out, disentangle
7. slick - adjective
· made slick by e.g. ice or grease; "sidewalks slick with ice"; "roads are slickest when rain has just started and hasn't had time to wash away the oil"
8. slick - adjective
· superficially impressive, but lacking depth and attention to the true complexities of a subject; "too facile a solution for so complex a problem"; "it was a neat plan, but bound to fail"; "a slick advertising campaign"
Synonym(s): facile, neat
9. slick - adjective
· having only superficial plausibility; "glib promises"; "a slick commercial"
Synonym(s): glib, pat
10. slick - adjective
· having a smooth, gleaming surface reflecting light; "glossy auburn hair"; "satiny gardenia petals"; "sleek black fur"; "silken eyelashes"; "silky skin"; "a silklike fabric"; "slick seals and otters"
Synonym(s): satiny, sleek, silken, silky, silklike
11. slick - adjective
· marked by skill in deception; "cunning men often pass for wise"; "deep political machinations"; "a foxy scheme"; "a slick evasive answer"; "sly as a fox"; "tricky Dick"; "a wily old attorney"
Synonym(s): crafty, cunning, dodgy, foxy, guileful, knavish, sly, tricksy, tricky, wily
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