The velvet dresses in black, burgundy, and abstract prints moved around the body—caressing it and alluding to every curve.
Waters became really famous after Tipping The velvet was made into a TV drama in 2002.
It was at some club, and I rarely go to places with velvet ropes.
I felt a community of lesbian readers might find Tipping The velvet fun.
Punk old-timer Legs McNeil on how, despite his best efforts at acting like a grump, the velvet Underground front man was beloved.
Gray velvet is better, when the appearance of the room is taken into consideration, as it must be.
See to the broadcloth and velvet that the rogues bear upon their backs!
And she took hold of the two sides of his velvet jacket, and hid her face between them.
There were other and still other banners, in velvet or in satin, balanced at the end of gilded batons.
In velvet, every alternate stitch should be cut and drawn out on the right side with the pile of the goods.
early 14c., probably from Old Provençal veluet, from Vulgar Latin *villutittus, diminutive of Vulgar Latin villutus "velvet," literally "shaggy cloth," from Latin villus "shaggy hair, nap of cloth, tuft of hair," probably a dialectal variant of vellus "fleece."