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slicker +‎ -ed


slickered (not comparable)

  1. Wearing a slicker (coat)
    • 2006, Arno Herwerth, Ants in My RV, →ISBN, page 40:
      The slickered brat, given a burnt siena replacement (my favorite color), then proceeded to chew it into flaking, disintegrating chunks.
    • 2012, Jessica Andersen, Body Search, →ISBN:
      The slickered figure lifted a hand and pushed back his hood to reveal a shock of whiteblond hair above a weatherbeaten face that might once have been pale.
  2. Dressed in a stylish and fancy manner.
    • 1994, John Woods, Black Marigolds, →ISBN, page 38:
      No slickered stranger rides down the arroyo, jingles to the bar and thumps for booze.
    • 2010, Robert W. Anderson, Pure Country Poetry: Andybob's Modern Heartland Mix, →ISBN, page 133:
      Got all slickered up, tipped my hat just right/Was goin' out to get married, it's saturday night
  3. Smooth and shiny.
    • 2015, Janette Hospital, Borderline, →ISBN, page 312:
      One of the waitresses, with wheat-blonde hair and large, mobile, slickered lips and very long lashes, adjusted Gus's tie.



  1. simple past tense and past participle of slicker