Definition of Sleekens
1. sleeken [v] - See also: sleeken
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Literary usage of Sleekens
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Life of Samuel Johnson by Francis Richard Charles Grant, John Parker Anderson (1887)
"It weets the sod, it sleekens the yowes, and," with much solemnity, " it's God's will." His personal courage was undoubted, and neither Foote nor Macpherson ..."
2. The Contemporaries of Burns, and the More Recent Poets of Ayrshire, with by James Paterson (1840)
"... cheaper is in ony season, An' sleekens better. Hail! caller burn ! chief o' Scots drink ! ..."