- 1A smooth, glossy fabric, typically of silk, produced by a weave in which the threads of the warp are caught and looped by the weft only at certain intervals: [as modifier]: a blue satin dressMore example sentences
- Acres of silk, satin, bamboo and quilted fabrics combined to create an opulent Oriental collection.
- Her dress was deep blue satin, high waisted and plainly cut, the bosom moderately low; her long gloves were white kid.
- Her dress, made from satin of the deepest blue, was tied at the back of her neck, leaving her shoulders and back bare.
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- Smooth like satin: a luxurious satin lookMore example sentences
- I heard it when I saw Chloe's face and that smooth, satin body.
- Once this is accomplished, you should have a beautiful smooth, satin sheen.
- I remember a drop of moisture sliding down a satin twig.
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- Beat in the eggs, one at a time, with a wooden spoon, an electric mixer, or a food processor until the dough is smooth and satiny.
- I kicked my satiny white slippers across the room and flung myself face-down on my bed.
- Thankfully, the flowers are lemon-scented and the dramatic red fruits contain satiny blue-black seeds that are edible raw or roasted and taste like peanuts.
late Middle English: via Old French from Arabic zaytūnī 'of Tsinkiang', a town in China.
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