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outslick

verb out·slick \ˌat-ˈslik\

Definition of OUTSLICK

transitive verb
:  to get the better of especially by trickery or cunning

Examples of OUTSLICK

  1. <an overly confident con man who thought that he could outslick anyone, even the local Mob leader>

First Known Use of OUTSLICK

1926

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