Synonyms & Antonyms : Slick





Slick



( Adjective )


The roads were
slick with wet mud.

Synonyms:

Glib

Meretricious

Plausible

Polished

Smooth

Sophisticated

Adroit

Deft

Dexterous

Professional

Sharp

Skillful

Contextual Examples:

She could find no
plausible explanation for the disappearance of my car from my shed.

She succeeded by a combination of
adroit diplomacy and sheer good luck.

With
deft fingers she untangled the wire.

The doctor was accused of
professional misconduct.

The shears are not
sharp enough to cut the grass.

Marble is so
smooth to touch.



Antonyms:

Amateurish

Clumsy

Crude

Inexpert

Unaccomplished

Unpolished

Unprofessional

Contextual Examples:

Detectives described the burglary as
crude and amateurish.

Walking in these
clumsy shoes is very difficult for him.

He was dismissed for
unprofessional conduct.

The company appointed few
unskilled workers.


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