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satiny

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adjective sat·iny \ˈsat-nē, ˈsa-tən-ē\

Simple Definition of satiny

  • : smooth and shiny like satin

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of satiny

  1. :  having or resembling the soft usually lustrous smoothness of satin <a satiny finish>

Examples of satiny in a sentence

  1. There's a satiny feel to the material.

  2. <the satiny short coat of an Arabian horse>



1786

First Known Use of satiny

1786


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