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well-oiled

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwell-oiledˌwell-ˈoiled adjective   a well-oiled machine
Examples from the Corpus
well-oiledBut there was nothing laconic about his mind, which was known to tick over like a well-oiled clock.A whitewashed verandah contained bags of wheat and well-oiled harnesses.The heavy ornate kitchen door swung silently open on well-oiled hinges.This could never happen in the Bush operation, which has been turning out policy positions like a well-oiled machine.He was a handsome young guy with a head of well-oiled reddish hair.He might say Don't you think having a well-oiled rifle is more important?You must also buy three large tubes of silicone and a well-oiled silicone gun.
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