1.1Sly or cunning: his sleekit public image is going to make permanent fame a daunting challenge
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- He took a sleekit decision, in secret, to raid pension funds, costing millions of Scots billions of pounds.
- Their old feeding grounds have been colonised by a new breed of slippery and sleekit new Labourites which are simply too fast and too nimble for the lumbering old Conservatus.
- "They have done this closure in the most sleekit way," says Thomas Callender, who has worked at the Fullarton plant for eight years.
Early 16th century: from sleek.
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