Definition of slicker :
1. A curved tool for smoothing the surfaces of a mold after the withdrawal of the pattern.
2. A kind of burnisher for leather.
3. A waterproof coat.
4. That which makes smooth or sleek.
chess, mac, hoaxer, tricker, city slicker, charmer, rig, trickster, waterproof, swindle, bolero, deceiver, darnel, sophisticate, cosmopolite, metropolitan, sharper, tare, rascal, cut-up, DJ, bearded darnel, anorak, duffel coat, cheat, oilskin, cheater, cheating, bomber jacket, beguiler, practical joker, prankster
clothing (part of speech: noun)
footgear, poncho, chapeau, cloak, halter, homburg, kimono, bowler, scarf, pillbox, habit, corset, camisole, wrapper, smock, beret, fedora, pajamas, wrap, boot, cape, bathrobe, outfit, sari, dinner jacket, garb, pyjamas, pants, ensemble, garment, bonnet, pinafore, coat, evening gown, robe, clothing, gown, array, sarong, parka, blouse, dressing gown, slacks, jumper, shoes, petticoat, burnoose, tuxedo, raiment, vesture, Afghan, panties, windbreaker, shawl, sweat shirt, trench coat, v-neck, vestment, pull-over, crinoline, trousers, housecoat, dress, costume, shirt, kilt, headdress, smoking jacket, blue jeans, Stetson, doublet, brassiere, stockings, frock, turtle-neck, skirt, caftan, jacket, trimming, pea coat, fez, sweater, duds, t-shirt, shorts, suit, topcoat, raincoat, apparel, clothes, fur, sports coat, chemise, mackintosh, blazer, nightgown, overcoat, Jersey, attire, ulster, greatcoat, sweat suit, tunic, hat
- But we heard heavy boots on the porch outside the living- room, and the swish of a slicker thrown to the floor. - "The Mysterious Rider", Zane Grey.
- The following day, on returning from a small errand in the neighbourhood, as I entered the rue or street on which our hostel fronted I was startled out of all composure to behold Miss Flora Canbee, of Louisville, Kentucky, and Miss Hilda Slicker, of Seattle, Washington, in animated conversation with two young men, one of whom was tall and dark and the other slight and fair, but both apparelled in the habiliments peculiar to officers in the French Army. - "Fibble, D. D.", Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb.
- The words came gustily from the creek down the slope: No chaps, no slicker, and a- pourin' down rain, And I swear by the Lord I'll never night- herd again, Coma ti yi youpy, youpy- a, youpy- a, Coma ti yi youpy, youpy- a! - "The Ranch at the Wolverine", B. M. Bower.