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slick

1. a chisel or other tool used for smoothing or polishing a surface
2. the tyre of a racing car that has worn treads

slick

[slik]
(oceanography)
Area in which capillary waves are absent or suppressed.
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Hate to break it to ya, but even the slickest of shaves only lasts a day or two.
The slickest, most professional and politically resonant piece I saw was Departementet (The Department), presented at BIT Teatergarasjen (of "theater-garage") by Bergen's Jo Stromgren Kompani.
One of the slickest looking pellet pistols was launched recently by the world-renowned Walther company of Germany.
A few years later, when the slickest of mags ran Marseille photos of the top pros of the day launching to flat in smirking big-air mockery, those who held out hope that we were all on the same team decided it was high time to fish out the 66's and go "old school.
Using black-and-white animated drawings and voice--overs speaking in Japanese (with English subtitles), Percy Fuentes strings up vignettes of fragmented stories, ranging from childhood memories of listening to records while sitting on the roof to arguments about the death of punk and how Blowout Comb was the slickest hip-hop album of the 1990s.
Even the slickest of marketing machines can sometimes be left looking silly.
The broadheads also have a coating of Molybdenum Disulfide, a naturally occurring mineral that is one of the slickest substances known to man.
These are some of the slickest, best-produced ads on television.
House of Blues did not start these trends; rather, it is their latest, slickest extension.
In a country where wood craftsmen are named as national treasures, even the slickest urban "salary man" can distinguish first-growth from second-growth wood products.
We are on the hunt for some of the slickest characters in America to help promote our incredible line of slick grooming tools," said Todd Greene, president of HeadBlade.
On a scorching Saturday morning, the names on everyone's lips were Armin van Buuren and Skrillex, both of who closed their respective stages and brought the first day of the festival to a close with some of the slickest sets ever seen.