Examples of silky in a Sentence
The cat has a silky coat.
The material has a silky feel.
Recent Examples of silky from the Web
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As the moisture slowly evaporates, the meat shrinks and its texture changes, becoming soft, silky, and tender.
He and his voice have been described as aloof, eerily neutral, silky, wheedling, controlled, baleful, unisex, droll, soft, conversational, dreamy, supremely calm and rational.
That same breading made excellent crunchy counterpoints to clean and silky fillets of fried catfish.
The Bride is wearing shoes from Aquazurra made in silky satin, with nude mesh, with soles painted in baby blue.
Her shoes by Aquazzura are made of silky satin with a baby blue sole, and her hair was styled for the reception by George Northwood.
The new, dewier formula sinks in quickly for a lasting silky feeling.
The silky Mega Glo Highlighting Bars can be applied wet or dry for different strobing intensities.
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SILKY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of silky for English Language Learners
: made of silk or of material that is soft, smooth, and shiny like silk
: smooth, soft, and shiny like silk
of food : smooth, soft, and rich
SILKY Defined for Kids
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