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silky

1. made of silk
2. Botany covered with long fine soft hairs

silky

female spirit who does household chores. [Br. Folklore: Briggs, 364–365]
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Curiously though, it is not the British love of a bruising challenge which attracted Besic to the Premier League, but a coach who always promotes the silkier side of the game.
The company says that silicone, and in particular formulations featuring the ingredient dimethicone, results in lubricants with a silkier, more slippery feel that can dramatically enhance sexual responsiveness.
Better-quality lubricants use more of the ingredient dimethicone, which makes the formula denser, providing a much slicker, silkier feel.
Male pelts are typically heavier, coarser and less desirable than females, which are much smaller, silkier, and noticeably lighter in weight -- the latter feature so important in a full-length mink coat.
Blaze had the better of the rst period and but for some silkier nishing could have opened a good early lead.
It is finer than unbleached all-purpose flour and, in my opinion, turns out silkier dough that maintains an appealing chewiness when cooked.
The 1872 culinary game-changer resulted in a richer and silkier cheese, which eventually became the popular Philadelphia cream cheese.
Cohn said it appeared everything happened faster in the amphora, and the finished wine came out rounder and silkier.
It's softer and silkier than a pure Shiraz, with the vibrant red fruit flavours of Grenache.
In reality, though, the majority of bamboo-derived clothing and homeware fabrics are much silkier and are in fact made from a semisynthesised bamboo rayon.
The Cognac also adds a silkier mouth feel to the cocktail, mainly due to its nature of being a grape-based spirit as opposed to its stronger, more dominate contender: whiskey.