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
Key figures from both teams believe the culprit is the baseball itself – either juiced or manufactured differently for the World Series to make the surface slicker and harder to grip.
Before Sunday’s game, another Astros pitcher, Justin Verlander, told a roomful of reporters that the balls for this World Series were slicker, making them harder to grip and leading to erratic location.
This was the norm in many phones (excluding the iPhone) for years, until it was phased out in favor of the slimmer, slicker unibody phones that people (theoretically) want, at least according to smartphone advertising.
In the dark morning hours, the Coastal Fisheries biologists with Texas Parks and Wildlife put on waders and yellow slickers.
The production was slicker and more nuanced, and so was the songwriting—but Mould and Hart had dispensed with the fiction of being collaborators.
Clinton might have benefited by speaking to Pauley while standing in a pouring rain and wearing a slicker.
The display looks magnificent against the phone's barely-there black bezels, giving it a slicker look than the iPhone 7 Plus as well as Google's Pixel.
In coverage of Harvey, the word hero is almost as ubiquitous as the stills of intrepid reporters, their rain slickers swirling like capes, and hunky National Guardsmen in life jackets.
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