He said we must slick up our swords and guns, and get ready.
The women need a chance to wash their faces and slick up a little.
As soon as I am back in my cell I remove my cap and coat and “slick up” for dinner.
When he knew in advance he was going with me, he went up to the bunkhouse to slick up.
He had donned a fresh shirt, ahead of time, and evidently had tried to slick up generally.
I was goin' to slick up and drop around to see her, but this here Injun agent got in ahead of me.
He wished, though, that he could "slick up" a little to go to Johnny Welford's house.
"I made 'em slick up, all I could," said the big girl, who said her name was Maggie Walsh.
The visitor sat down, after telling Childs that the sailor's mother need not stop to "slick up" before he was admitted.