Slick

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Slick

  1. A term of address, generally applied to males, possibly including strangers, implying that the person addressed is slick in the sense of "sophisticated", but often used sarcastically.
    That was a great move locking your keys in the car, Slick.
    Don't you look good tonight, Slick!

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