The book offers a tour of the hundred years of the company, from the advent of the Model T to the sleek Taurus.
Goofy has shed his passé pants and turtleneck for a sleek military jacket and combat boots by Balmain.
All body hair was shaved off ahead of major competitions, and sleek swimming caps were used to remove any drag from head hair.
Apple alum Tony Fadell reinvented the boring market for home thermostats with his sleek and eco-savvy digital Nest.
Jennifer, a recent law-school grad, lived in a sleek apartment downtown—and earned almost three times her new beau.
You look just like a seal with your sleek head and your brown eyes.
He looked at the plump, sleek hand of the woman with the Roman nose.
With the thaw there came a groom every afternoon with a sleek and beautiful mare in case Miss McIntyre should care to ride.
It was certainly a fine, sleek, heavy buck to which Hal pointed.
"That's part of my business," he heard Burnham say in his sleek, oleaginous accents.
1580s, variant of Middle English slike (see slick (adj.)). Originally of healthy-looking animal hair; applied to persons 1630s, with sense of "plump and smooth-skinned." Figurative meaning "slick, fawning, flattering" is from 1590s.
"make sleek," mid-15c., a variant of slick (v.). Related: Sleeked; sleeking.