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The computers were sleeker, the machines were less noisy, the lights were more blinding.
Other designers, such as Joseph Altuzarra, prefer a sleeker shearling.
By consequence they are larger and longer and sleeker than their working sisters.
These dogs were larger and sleeker than the other animals of the village.
sleeker Lutherans found dark corners wherein they could anticipate hunger without observation.
But somehow thenceforth the name of that dog was never mentioned, and his brother led a more luxurious, a sleeker life than ever.
For three days he settled in their neighbourhood, growing each day sleeker and more gorgeous.
But where will you search for a fleshier, sleeker, swarthier-looking race than these French villagers?
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.