[ UK /sˈætɪni/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. having a smooth, gleaming surface reflecting light
    slick seals and otters
    glossy auburn hair
    a silklike fabric
    satiny gardenia petals
    silky skin
    sleek black fur
    silken eyelashes
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How To Use satiny In A Sentence

  • satiny gardenia petals
  • Stella wore a satiny jacket dress that slenderized her stout figure. Body Wave
  • But if you chance to see a vulture up close, you will notice that this iridescent black bird's underwings are a satiny gray.
  • The most common nodules are pure azurite in radially fibrous masses that exhibit a peculiar satiny sheen or chatoyancy on broken surfaces.
  • Two ponderous policemen were conducting between them a woman dressed as if for the stage, in a short, white, satiny skirt reaching to the knees, pink stockings, and a sort of sleeveless bodice bright with relucent, armour-like scales. Whirligigs
  • His skin was fair as a woman's, far more satiny, and no rudimentary hair-growth marred its white lustre. Chapter 4
  • Porter died in 1964, leaving behind more than a quarter-century of sparkling wit and satiny romance in his lyrics and music.
  • Glancing down at a stack of books, I noticed a satiny edge of paper protruding from the pages of one. Dark Secrets 2: No Time to Die the Deep End of Fear
  • She had filled her pockets with specimens of obsidian, jaspers, and chalcedonies, of colors most beautiful, with a deep-dyed opaqueness, a shell-fracture, and a satiny polish like jade. A Touch of Sun and Other Stories
  • The petals felt as satiny as my aunt's wedding gown, and smelled as alluring as her perfume.
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