Did you possibly mean slicker?
- n. A slick person.
- slick + -ster (Wiktionary)
“Wow this guy has really become a deceiver and slickster ...”
“Dino might get his slickster coif messed up though ... while Clint gets his mustache ruffled.”
“At 24, Ortiz is 10 years younger than the veteran slickster.”
“I refuse to vote for the Chi-town slickster that can't get enough delegates to win and end the primary race once and for all.”
“If I even vote on election day I will write in Hillary's name before I vote for this Chi-town slickster”
“Everyone one has fallen for this slickster in a high priced suite.”
“He will inevitably come off as a flip-flopping slickster who is trying to be too clever by half.”
“Humans will see a difference between a dem in debt from running a campaign and a slickster greasing palms to try to win a campaign.”
“Decent guy mislead, like all of you (oh, except for the righties here) by this slickster.”
“LS watches a ropey slickster with rubbed eyes and fancy suit smalltalk a magazine vendor, buy a tin of breath mints.”
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