Origin of sleek1
OTHER WORDS FROM sleeksleekly, adverbsleekness, noun
Other definitions for sleek (2 of 2)
Origin of sleek2
OTHER WORDS FROM sleeksleek·er, noun
How to use sleek in a sentence
Sleeker, thinner, lighter, tinnier—what exactly is the iPad Mini?
During the shoot, her hair was straight and pulled back, but at the last minute I decided I wanted something sleeker.Frida Giannini, Gucci’s Creative Director, Visits Shanghai (PHOTOS)|Frida Giannini|April 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
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.
When it has been dried, the whole process is finished by rubbing both sides with a glass sleeker.Popular Technology, Vol. I (of 2)|Edward Hazen
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
He recognized Blanchet from afar in among the mares, but sleeker and better cared for than the others.King of Camargue|Jean Aicard
Finally, the grain is brushed and polished with the glass sleeker, or ironed.Leather|K. J. Adcock
Sleeker Lutherans found dark corners wherein they could anticipate hunger without observation.The Garden of Swords|Max Pemberton