Slicker meaning

slĭkər
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(informal, old) A tricky, cleverly deceptive person.
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A tool for dressing hides.
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(informal) A cheat; a swindler.
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(informal) A person with stylish clothing and manners.
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A loose, waterproof coat made of oil-treated cloth.
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Comparative form of slick: more slick.
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One who or that which slicks.
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A person who is perceived as clever, urbane and possibly disreputable. (abbreviation of city slicker.)
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A kind of burnisher for leather.
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(metalworking) A curved tool for smoothing the surfaces of a mould after the withdrawal of the pattern.
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Origin of slicker

  • From slick (“to smooth or make slick") +"Ž -er

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  • From slick (adjective)

    From Wiktionary