velvety

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Etymology[edit]

From velvet +‎ -y.

Adjective[edit]

velvety (comparative more velvety, superlative most velvety)

  1. Like velvet (but not velvet); soft, smooth, soothing. Not necessarily restricted to the sense of touch.
    The mouse was a warm, velvety weight in my hand.
    The crooner had a velvety voice that made the ladies swoon.

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