These days, PCP comes dissolved in an oily yellow tincture called “wet.”
I always thought Ari Fleischer and Lanny Davis (two of the “experts” advising Snyder on PR) were oily.
In the lean rainy season, the women switched out meat and oily sauces for vegetables.
But as the years go on, you learn about the oily machinery that manufactures all that enchantment.
The meat glistened seductively with melted butter, piled high and steaming on top of a crisp, oily split-top bun.
The odor may have some psychic effect, and it is possible that some of the oily matter may be absorbed by the skin.
If you set it on hot coals, or over the fire, it will be oily.
He had brought a man down from San Francisco, a big politician with an oily tongue.
"Oh, you have plenty of time," answered an oily and heavy voice.
The day was warm and cloudy, with an oily smell on the water.
Cunning and ingratiating; sly and unctuous: his perfect-pitch portrayal of Artie, the oily producer of The Larry Sanders Show (1879+)