silky

[sil-kee]
adjective, silkier, silkiest.
1.
of or like silk; smooth, lustrous, soft, or delicate: silky skin.
2.
Botany. covered with fine, soft, closely set hairs, as a leaf.

Origin:
1605–15; silk + -y1

silkily, adverb
silkiness, noun
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silky (ˈsɪlkɪ)
 
adj , silkier, silkiest
1.  resembling silk in texture; glossy
2.  made of silk
3.  (of a voice, manner, etc) suave; smooth
4.  botany covered with long fine soft hairs: silky leaves
 
'silkily
 
adv
 
'silkiness
 
n

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Example sentences
Silky smooth, luscious, and surprisingly good with chocolate sauce.
Cold, stiff frosting will look dull and clumpy, not silky and smooth.
Silky smooth, luscious, and surprisingly good with chocolate sauce.
They also offer lotions and crèmes rich in honey, silky smooth and available in
  designer fragrances.
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