adjective, sleek·er, sleek·est.
Words nearby sleek
Origin of sleek1
OTHER WORDS FROM sleeksleek·ly, adverbsleek·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for sleeker
Sleeker, thinner, lighter, tinnier—what exactly is the iPad Mini?
Other designers, such as Joseph Altuzarra, prefer a sleeker shearling.
Amazon's new wireless reading device is sleeker, faster—and will even tell you a bedtime story.
The computers were sleeker, the machines were less noisy, the lights were more blinding.
But somehow thenceforth the name of that dog was never mentioned, and his brother led a more luxurious, a sleeker life than ever.
He embarrasses us, as sleeker individuals of the herd and hive.Child and Country|Will Levington Comfort
The court cat, sleeker than in the days when Vance made her life a burden, sat alone on the upper step, placidly washing herself.Prince Vance|Eleanor Putnam
By consequence they are larger and longer and sleeker than their working sisters.What Is Man? And Other Stories|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
These dogs were larger and sleeker than the other animals of the village.Triple Spies|Roy J. Snell