So in a little while I slicked up some and went on around to her house.
Me just out of a sick-bed, not shaved nor slicked up nor nothin'.
The goods are slicked out, oiled up to samm, reset and dried out.
When I had staked out my pony, I went in and slicked up some.
He was quite "slicked up," as Rhoda Jane elegantly expressed it, though his toilet had been made under difficulties.
The Army of the Potomac had been slicked up a little for the occasion, and their marching was much better.
She whitened her neck and arms with liquid powder, and slicked up her brown hair daringly smooth and flat.
If he doesnt go with me I miss my guess, he murmured as he donned his vest and coat and slicked his hair down with a wet brush.
His hair was slicked down extra tight, too, and he kept gazing down into his new store hat.
The English of the Annex has been slicked up by a very industrious and painstaking hand—but it was not Mrs. Eddy's.