The feathers of the crown are erected, but those of the body are sleeked.
The water had sleeked down his hair to a satin skullcap on his full head.
The thread in the flap now was plainly not soaped; it was fibrous to the touch, not sleeked down, as mine had been.
I sat by the bright fender, and washed my face, and sleeked my pretty paws, and looked on.
In every instance the body feathers of the swaying birds were sleeked.
Her hair was sleeked down provocatively over her ears, in which emerald drops dangled.
Lady Ellinor put her hand on my head, and sleeked down my hair as I spoke.
She was a little, slender brunette, with black eyes and burnished hair parted on one side and sleeked down over her head.
He merely raised one of his claws and sleeked up the feathers on the back of his neck, in the way his family know so well.
He sleeked his eyebrows with his finger, then flung open the sash, and stood before her.