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slick1

slick1

 
pronunciation:
slIk
parts of speech:
adjective, noun
part of speech: adjective
inflections: slicker, slickest
definition 1: having a smooth, shiny, or slippery surface.
slick, ice-covered roads
synonyms:
glossy, sleek
similar words:
glassy, glazed, glossy, greasy, lacquered, lubricious, lustrous, polished, shiny, silky, skiddy, sleek, slimy, slippery, smooth
definition 2: clever, esp. in deception.
a slick salesman
synonyms:
artful, crafty, cunning, slippery, sly, wily
similar words:
calculating, clever, cunning, devious, foxy, glib, neat, resourceful, scheming, sharp, shrewd, sneaky, sophisticated, subtle, wily
definition 3: skillful or smooth, but without depth or substance; superficial.
slick mannersa slick way with words
synonyms:
glib, glossy
similar words:
glib, oily, pretentious, scheming, shifty, smarmy, smooth, specious, suave, superficial, unctuous
 
part of speech: noun
definition 1: an area with a slippery surface, or the substance that makes it slippery.
an oil slick on the water
similar words:
coat, coating, film, scum, spot
definition 2: (informal) a popular magazine printed on glossy paper.
synonyms:
glossy
similar words:
glossy, magazine
derivations: slickly (adv.), slickness (n.)