elusion, shiftiness, slip of paper, suave, chemise, cagey, hocus-pocus, glib-tongued, slick magazine, dicey, aerodynamic, gaffe, dodgy, perspicacious, rascality, guileful, glib, case, miscue, dexterous, skulduggery, wise, flowing, sleek down, skullduggery, careful, glibness, shimmy, smooth-tongued, eluding, strip, ability, slip-up, lubricious, surface, savvy, facile, catchy, nimble, berth, pillow slip, oily, skid, trim, slip, pillowcase, adroit, mooring, trickiness, order, slipperiness, plausible, chancy, words, gaucherie, cutting, shift, satin, jiggery-pokery, silklike, slick down, trip, parapraxis, slickness, knowing, solecism, pat, teddy, slippy, faux pas, sideslip, tricksy, chanceful, moorage, hanky panky, groom, cute, knavish, trickery, handy
cunning (part of speech: adjective)
feline, calculating, canny, artful, clever, masterly, designing, skillful, deft, devious, shrewd, ingenious, serpentine, quick, slippery, crafty, wily, sharp, wary, sly, masterful, tricky, scheming, subtle, cunning, snaky, foxy, astute, witty, smooth
smooth (part of speech: verb)
satin-smooth, streamlined, glossy, plane, marble, sleek, flat, velvety, glazed, silken, burnished, silky, frictionless, glassy, polish, glaze, satiny, sand, slithery, even, shiny, flatten, slilken, edgeless, polished, lacquered, gloss, grind, burnish, varnished, level
fashionable (part of speech: adjective)
- " I thought as much," said Mr. Slick. - "The Attache or, Sam Slick in England, Complete", Thomas Chandler Haliburton.
- She was a slick duck. - "Letters of a Dakota Divorcee", Jane Burr.
- They got in through a back door, and everybody says it was a pretty slick job, too, Thad went on to say. - "The Chums of Scranton High at Ice Hockey", Donald Ferguson.