English version

velvety

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvelvetyvel‧vet‧y /ˈvelvəti/ adjective  SOFTlooking, feeling, tasting, or sounding smooth and soft the velvety texture of her skin His voice was soft and velvety.
Examples from the Corpus
velvetyNatural fabrics like silk and wool on a paper backing are used to give the velvety finish in traditional flocks.His skin felt soft and velvety, like a baby's.She buried her nose in the fragrant, velvety petals.Zaumseil's drawings are characterised by massive, brooding organic forms with a velvety, sensuous surface.Slightly spicy and redolent with cilantro, the velvety soup also contained chopped tomatoes, corn, carrots, celery and onion.Typical veal has lean of grayish pink color and smooth, velvety texture; the fat is soft and pliable.a deep velvety voice
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