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
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.
Considerably slicker than the campy Irwin Allen original from the ’60s — what would Allen have done with Netflix money?
During the World Series, Sports Illustrated's Tom Verducci reported that the baseballs used in the Fall Classic were slicker than those used in the regular season.
This one is even leaner and slicker than the last, capping in at a minute and a half of run time.
Add in a basic style with a large nearby footprint and fast-tracking becomes even slicker.
Bright rain-slicker-yellow ceramic tubes for the exterior do the trick, in a jarring way.
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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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