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Definition of the verb Slicken
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verb - inflections: slickened | slickening | slickens
- [transitive] To make slick.
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by Joseph Wright
SLICKEN, adj. and v. Nhb. Yks. Lan. Chs. Der. Not. Shr. Also written slick'n s.Lan.1 ; sliken Shr.1 ; and in form slichen Lan. [sli'kan.] L adj. Slippery; smooth; sleek ; bright, polished, shining. Cf. slick ...
Chambers's Encyclopaedia (1889)
A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People, with Maps and Numerous Wood Engravings
SLICKEN. SIDES—. SLIGO. SLIGO— SLOTH. SLOTTING-HACHINE— SLUK. SLUTSK— SMALLPOX. SMELT— SMITH. SMITH. SMITH—. 286. r.hrc-ii ened at liome leil, after a few indecisive engagements had hi'rn fought, to the withdrawal of ...
by Samuel Johnson, Robert Gordon Latham, Henry John Todd
Slicken. v. a. Loosen; relax. Slicken. v. n. Abate. Sléokly. adv. In a slack manner. 1. Loosely; not tightly; not closely. 2. Negligently; remissly. 3. Tardily. Slioknell. s. Attribute suggested by SLACK. 1. Looseness; not tightness. 2. Negligence ...
A new English dictionary. A new classical English dictionary or, A complete collection of the most proper and significant words, and terms of art, commonly used in the language. With a continued short and clear exposition ... The seventh edition, carefully revised ... By J. K. i.e. John Kersey (1757)
by John Kersey
To Slicken, to make flick or smooth. To Slide, to glide aOng.
by Nathan Bailey
tlC tjten, to slicken ] smoothness. SU'DINGfin Mechan.Ja motion when tfio s-nic point of a body, moving along • surface, describes a line on that styr- .
Dictionary of Obsolete and Provincial English, Containing Words from the English Writers Previous to the Ninetheenth Century which are No Longer in Use ... [etc.] (1857)
by Thomas Wright
SLICKEN, adj. Smooth. Lane. Smcxsusmns, s. A species of ...
Q - Z ; 1 by Hensleigh Wedgwood
slocken, slicken, to guzzle (from the sound of supping up liquids), and Du. slijck, G. schlick , mud. On the other hand, there are grounds for suspecting that the name of slime ...
Dictionarium Anglo-Britannicum; or, A general English dictionary. To which is added, a collection of words and phrases made use of in our ancient statutes &c (1715)
by John Kersey
lannftra, Immiartw or laxmcrs, small Ship-ropes that serve to slicken or make stiff the Shrowdi, Chain.-, &c lanCHtor D»tpljin-li3t8t, a Pear abo.it the bigness of a Bergamot, ripe about the end of OBotor. lanse(J«ent, ...
English Dialect Words of the Eighteenth Century as Shown in the "Universal Etymological Dictionary" of Nathaniel Bailey (1883)
by Nathan Bailey
To Slicken [alichtc, Belg. achlichten, Teut.] to smooth or make slick. Slim, slender. Slim [of Schlim, Sax. 0thlitti, Teut.] naughty, crafty. Lincolnsh. A SUnk [of elank, Belg.] a Cast Calf. Slither, slippery. Cham. To Slive [of 0laeber, Dan.] to creep, or ...
A Practical Treatise for the Carriage Trimmer
sheeting or ticking; paste them well; slicken until no blisters appear, and tack out on boards to dry ; cut the cushion bottoms of duck, one-half inch larger than the seats ; lay them on the seats with back edge even with the back of seat panels; ...
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