silkily

ADVERB
  1. in a silky manner
    the young wheat shone silkily
    `Darling,' she said silkily
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How To Use silkily In A Sentence

  • When Cocky, balanced on one leg, the other leg in the air as the foot of it held the scruff of Michael's neck, leaned to Michael's ear and wheedled, Michael could only lay down silkily the bristly hair-waves of his neck, and with silly half-idiotic eyes of bliss agree to whatever was Cocky's will or whimsey so delivered. CHAPTER XI
  • Spark has always had the facility to be silkily suave as she goes about examining our predilection for worshipping false gods.
  • the young wheat shone silkily
  • Even on CD, he conveys that sense -- bouncing silkily along until he delivers a stinging high note or devastating flurry of melismata. A Mark That Can't Be Washed Away
  • And the wolf-dog, with ears flattened down and crouching, would slide silkily away, only to circle up to the foal from the other side and give cause to the mare for new alarm. Chapter XXVII
  • `Darling,' she said silkily
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