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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.
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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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