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adjective un·slick \ˌən-ˈslik\

Definition of unslick

  1. :  not slick <an unslick surface>; especially :  not superficially smooth or appealing in appearance or manner < … the combination of an earnest, unslick delivery and a well-defined message … — David Montgomery>

1893

First Known Use of unslick

1893


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