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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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Desperate to avoid conviction, she dupes the public, the media and her rival cellmate, Velma Kelly, by hiring Chicago's slickest criminal lawyer.
Tales from First Base: The Best, Funniest, and Slickest First Basemen Ever" by baseball enthusiasts and sports journalists Brad Engel and Wayne Stewart is 152 page compendium comprised of famous (and occasionally infamous) but always humorous incidents and personalities associated with events focused upon playing first base.
They probably weren't at their slickest either but I will say that was Jamie Peacock's best game by a long way for a long time.
It's the slickest, wickedly wittiest, most delightfully choreographed cabaret spectacular of the year," says Michael.
Clients can now trade CFDs and leveraged forex using some of the industry's slickest mobile trading applications on popular smartphones and tablet devices.
Raiden can cut through his enemies with the slickest ninja moves.
The Galaxy S3 offers the slickest Android Ice Cream Sandwich experience we've seen thanks to a 1.
The Pat Buckley-trained Paradise Martini, a product of that brilliant Dalcash line, is unquestionably the fastest to the bend but may not be the slickest starter.
DENIS SIMPLIKEVICH (Ireland 62 Russia 12, Pool C, Rotarua, September 25) Russia may have finished their debut finals winless, but the Bears did at least contribute one of the slickest scores of the tournament.
More bad news is that it has not been fitted with the slickest set in the world.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (five, 9pm) is celebrating its 10th birthday, and it's still one of the slickest crime dramas on the box.
And there were some on Tuesday night: it wasn't the slickest or the best of pantomimes but nobody really cared because it delivered where it mattered.