slick back


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slick back

v.
To cause something, especially hair, to lie flat by making it moist or oily and brushing it back: He wet his hands and slicked back his hair. She slicks her curls back with gel.
See also: back, slick
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But they weren't thick enough to slick back, so they were permanently down and I would wax them all the time.
Eryri entertained Dinefwr and although the forward struggle was fairly even the home side was undone by slick back play resulting in two tries apiece for Dinefwr scrum-half Lee Rees and wing Adam Thomas, who also kicked four conversions.
Players will be able to rev up their engines, slick back their hair and take to the tracks when the game drives up to the starting line in Summer/Fall 2001.
If you can't wear a hat, use styling products with UV screens and, if sunbathing, slick back with Kevin Murphy Hair Screen, pounds 11.
THE latest person to slick back his hair and stick on a dodgy moustache is Ken Stott, best known for his role in The Vice and Messiah.
Tom Grimes' try from a slick backs move took their lead to six points, replacement Jonny Burn putting them beyond reach.
Two minutes later he was at it again following a slick backs move.