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"And I like the way he's got his hair slicked back," she thought.
QUINALICE HEGAN RICE
The goods are slicked out, oiled up to samm, reset and dried out.
ANIMAL PROTEINSHUGH GARNER BENNETT
To-morrow we are to have monthly inspection, everything being "slicked up" in preparation.
AN ARTILLERYMAN'S DIARYJENKIN LLOYD JONES
The next day Linkin got all ready, put on his best close, and slicked up so he looked purty nice.
They emerged slicked down and fresh, their hair plastered wet to their foreheads.
THE RULES OF THE GAMESTEWART EDWARD WHITE
The floor was dirty—very dirty—and was never slicked up from one week's end to another.
BIRD STORIESEDITH M. PATCH
Then she made tea for Mrs. Felker and slicked up the room, while Jim lay back in the chair and watched all her movements.
LOOKING BACKMERRICK ABNER RICHARDSON
Dad had slicked himself up pretty well that day before cutting across the range for a chat with Mackenzie.
She was a gaunt-looking woman with hair slicked up so tight under her stiff straw hat that it looked as though it must hurt.
He shoved the coat into a garbage can, wet his hair and slicked it back, and opened his shirt collar.
PURSUITLESTER DEL REY

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