- v. Simple past tense and past participle of slick.
- adj. (of hair) made smooth by applying a sticky or glossy substance
“He reappeared with his hair well "slicked," his tip-tilted nose as pink as his shiny cheeks, and a smile that extended to the furthest confines of his face.”
“Imagine a tall young fellow, with a thin face, lantern jaws, and long hair 'slicked' down on either side.”
“He had 'slicked' his hair down with the fresh water; he had adjusted his neck-handkerchief, and borrowed an odd candle-end to polish his clogs with and there he sat, enforcing some opinion on her father, with a strong Darkshire accent, it is true, but with a lowered voice, and a good, earnest composure on his face.”
“When I'm walking into a meeting, there's a difference between wearing some kind of slicked-down, aero motorcycle backpack and a basic cool-looking piece of soft luggage.”
“_has_ 'slicked 'em up,' as Mrs. Scattergood would say.”
“On the cover of Candy magazine, "the first transversal style magazine," Franco sports slicked back hair, a black blazer, heavy blue eyeshadow and cherry red lips.”
“CHIAVENNA, Italy (AP) Edvald Boasson Hagen of Norway won the seventh stage of the Giro d'Italia on Friday, beating four other riders in a sprint finish on a rain-slicked road.”
“The actor/full-time college student graces the cover of Candy magazine in drag, with slicked-back hair, jewelry, long black gloves and heavy make-up (check out that eye shadow).”
“It depicted a cool-looking guy, his hair slicked back with Vitalis or Wildroot Cream Oil, squiring an attractive girl with a pageboy hairdo while a less cool guy fumed in the foreground.”
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