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synonyms for slicking

  • grease
  • anoint
  • cream
  • lard
  • lube
  • make
  • oil
  • slick
  • smear
  • smooth
  • wax
  • oil the wheels
  • tallow
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antonyms for slicking

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  • dry
  • halt
  • forget
  • neglect
  • stop
  • fail
  • ruin
  • destroy
  • ignore
  • damage
  • decrease
  • mess up
  • ignore
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        How to use slicking in a sentence

        Everywhere we went Mrs. Pillig followed with dust pan and broom, slicking up behind us.
        THE IDYL OF TWIN FIRESWALTER PRICHARD EATON
        They were slicking up the grounds for the days inspectionsomeone always came by and looked in on pleasant mornings.
        THE GIRL SCOUTS AT CAMP COMALONGLILLIAN GARIS
        Everyone felt that way, which was evinced by the unusual haste made in the slicking-up process.
        THE GIRL SCOUTS AT CAMP COMALONGLILLIAN GARIS
        Lize came in half an hour later, pathetic in her attempt at “slicking up.”
        CAVANAGH: FOREST RANGERHAMLIN GARLAND
        After slicking well out they are hand-stuffed on the grain with dubbin and water, or merely oiled, and hung up to samm.
        ANIMAL PROTEINSHUGH GARNER BENNETT
        No, that's slicking it up and making it sound romantic and pretty.
        THE BOY GREW OLDERHEYWOOD BROUN
        Lets finish slicking up in here ourselves, go on and get grub ourselves, and then invite him in.
        THE EIGHT-OARED VICTORSLESTER CHADWICK
        He was fizzling like a baking-soda volcano, saliva slicking his cheeks and nostrils and chin, his eyes rolling.
        SOMEONE COMES TO TOWN, SOMEONE LEAVES TOWNCORY DOCTOROW
        While we were slicking up the dishes I got to chuckling and Jim began to blush and look foolish.
        CUPID'S MIDDLEMANEDWARD B. LENT
        I want to show Mr. Dixon over it, and that will give you time for a slicking-up before dinner.
        DOROTHY DIXON WINS HER WINGSDOROTHY WAYNE
        SYNONYM OF THE DAY
        OCTOBER 26, 1985
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