Examples of slicker in a Sentence
he put on his slicker and boots and headed out into the rain
dressed in their designer duds, the out-of-state slickers stood out amongst the locals at the harvest supper
Recent Examples of slicker from the Web
Everybody presents themselves at a kiosk like Global Entry, but it’s even slicker.
Fit for cowgirls and city-slickers, the bar offers a little country and a little rock 'n' roll alongside trivia and truth-or-dare nights.
That company's $10 geocaching apps for iPhone and Android have an even slicker interface than the geocaching.com website itself, potentially freeing cachers from any need to go indoors.
The slicker presentation is what led Martha Stewart and a host of other brands to her work.
This would be coupled with radical changes in Explorer and the Windows shell to provide something much slicker and better-looking than XP offered.
Di Raimondo’s Italian Market & Cheese Shop: Paso is getting slicker, but this throwback remains a go-to for finds like its Moliterno al Tartufo (raw sheep’s milk cheese with truffles).
But many rural residents resented the high-handedness of city-slickers imposing strictures against traditional practices linked to the necessities of feeding a family or earning a livelihood.
The lineup of workshops covers a lot of ground—literal, in the case of a walking tour about city-slicker weeds.
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SLICKER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of slicker for English Language Learners
: a long, loose raincoat
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