Slowly the fingers would start to move and scratch the enormous soft skull and velvety ears.
It gives the soup a velvety body, almost as if it were enriched with cream, without contributing a taste.
His velvety smooth baritone is among the most imitated but never quite duplicated.
Still, nothing quite satisfies the way a rich, velvety soup does.
Finally home, with her family close and darkness falling, Kamila settled down on a velvety pillow in her living room.
It has a broad collar of velvety black round the neck, the dark hues of the head contrasting curiously with the dark body.
Its tone was velvety in its richness, nor was there the least inflection of astonishment in its tone.
Green, too, is the moss, fresh and velvety in the shadows; tinged with russet and gold where the sun has caught it.
The trees were all uninjured; the carpet of velvety moss was undefiled by blood.
And, having spread the blanket out in the dark-ness, he rubbed his hands over its velvety surface, admiring its wonderful texture.