Silky

Having a smooth body, flavor, and finish.
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Silky

Smooth, sinuous texture and finish.
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silky

said of a luster resembling that of silk cloth.
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Silky

The lustre of silk. Usually confined to minerals that have a fibrous structure, such as satin spar.
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Silky

Silk'y adjective [ Compar. Silkier ; superl. Silkiest .] 1. Of or pertaining to silk; made of, or resembling, silk; silken; silklike; as, a silky luster. 2. Hence, soft and smooth; as, silky wine. 3.
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silky

1. Of or pertaining to silk; made of, or resembling, silk; silken; silklike; as, a silky luster. ... 2. Hence, soft and smooth; as, silky wine. ... 3. Covered with soft hairs pressed close to the surface, as a leaf; sericeous. ... <botany> Silky oak, a lofty Australian tree (Grevillea robusta) with silky tomentose lobed or incised leaves. It ...
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Silky

• (superl.) Covered with soft hairs pressed close to the surface, as a leaf; sericeous. • (superl.) Of or pertaining to silk; made of, or resembling, silk; silken; silklike; as, a silky luster. • (superl.) Hence, soft and smooth; as, silky wine.
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Silky

Silky refers to a silk-like lustre on a mineral. Results from a fine, fibrous and parallel surface.
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Silky

See Satiny.
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Silky

Silky means having a smooth, silk-like texture. It may also refer to: ...
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silky

densely covered with fine soft straight appressed hairs, with a lustrous sheen and satiny to the touch.
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Silky

Fleece defect in which fiber is devoid of crimp. With age the fleece will tend to become cotted or matted and will shed.
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silky

A synonym for velvety or lush, silky wines are soft, sometimes fat, but never hard or angular.
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Silky

Smooth texture.
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Silky

A term used to describe a wine with an especially smooth mouthfeel.
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Silky

An incredibly smooth, lush, and finely textured wine. See Soyeux.
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Silky

Similar to velvety, but perhaps a little lighter. Silky wines feel polished in your mouth.
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Silky

A condition produced by a covering of soft appressed fine hairs; sericeus.
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