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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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I've reported Silkies to the regulator and asked for a review of its actions.
Aled Green, 70, and son Dilwyn, 43, made a clean sweep of the Large White Silkie classes at the National Federation of Poultry Clubs show, Stafford.
We had six entries in the Large White Silkie classes and returned home with four firsts and two seconds, which is as good as we could have done," said Dilwyn, chairman of the National Silkie Club.
I sell my Silkies for $15 to $30 a pair, chicks for $2 each and I usually have a waiting list for buyers.