outslick

outslick

(ˌaʊtˈslɪk)
vb (tr)
to outsmart
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The way Clinton manages to outslick his adversaries, smooth-talk his constituents, and womanize while he's at it puts him squarely in a celebrated African American tradition of tricksters and players.
Doctors, clieticians, acupuncturists, masseurs, crystal danglers, herbalists, pharmacists, and chiropractors all take turns tinkering with my body, trying to outslick my mysterious and confounding ailment.