- smooth or glossy, as hair, an animal, etc.
- well-fed or well-groomed.
- trim and graceful; finely contoured; streamlined: a sleek sports car.
- smooth in manners, speech, etc.; suave.
- cleverly or deceitfully skillful; slick: a sleek confidence man.
- This sprayer has a bold, sleek ergonomic design and boasts a fan pattern sprayer which helps propel and coat foods evenly.
- This sleek pot comes in two popular sizes—eight or 12 quart—and is easy to clean, thanks to being dishwasher-safe.
- If you are looking for something simple and sleek, this tray is a great option.
- In Neuralink’s “coming out” party last year, the company envisioned a wireless neural implant with a sleek ivory processing unit worn at the back of the ear.
- Gone is the plasticky design of early models, traded up for a sleek and sturdy glass and aluminum design.
- The foremost trendsetter of Scandi-sleek design and New Nordic food knows no limit to its progressive reputation.
- With a sleek look and perfect pour, the Axium is the decanter of choice for serving red wine during the cold winter months.
- But early vampire myths were a far cry from the sleek, cloaked version Stoker described.
- The sleek, peanut-shell sized device slips on near the collarbone.
- If ESPN is a sleek bachelor pad, ESPNW is the cottage next door filled with Activia and ultra-soft toilet paper.
- Sleek finds it far harder work than fortune-making; but he pursues his Will-o'-the-Wisp with untiring energy.
- You have waxed fat and sleek in your seneschalship; this easy life in Dauphiny appears to have been well suited to your health.
- He thought that he saw a sleek rounded head closely covered by a black silk hood.
- She did not perceive that she was talking like her father as the sleek geldings ambled in review before them.
- Kip Burland also recognized the handsome, energetic man with the sleek black hair and small, waxed mustache.