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Adjective
Having an even surface with no roughness, bumps, or holes
“I will need a smooth surface for the floor of my dance studio.”
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Having a glossy finish
“A polish brings paint to a smooth finish by getting rid of contaminants below the surface.”
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Free from interruptions or stoppages
“A technical team is always available to ensure the smooth running of our computer systems.”
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Without obstructions or difficulties
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“The running of the event was surprisingly smooth and without a hitch.”
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Having or showing very polished and worldly manners
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“Carla was impressed with how smooth the gentleman was, but would ultimately still turn him down.”
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Not harsh in taste
“Asafoetida has a fetid smell but in cooked dishes it delivers a smooth flavor reminiscent of leeks.”
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(of voice or tone) Sweet or melodious to the ear
“Mozart loved the smooth, resonant tone of the clarinet.”
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(of a body of water) Placid and undisturbed
“We sat by the smooth waters of the lake while enjoying the sunset.”
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(of a mixture) Free from lumps
“Continue to add milk until a smooth, lump-free liquid begins to form.”
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Clean-shaven
“Arthur emerged from the salon with a face that was smooth and youthful. Even Dutch was impressed.”
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Pretending to be kind and concerned but obviously not sincere
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Fluent and easy, often in an insincere or deceptive way
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Smoothly elegant or graceful
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Proceeding in a gradual, subtle way, but with very harmful effects
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Done or operating in an impressively smooth and efficient way
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Worthy of being accepted as true or reasonable
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Having a scalp wholly or partly lacking hair
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Having or being a surface so smooth as to greatly reduce traction
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(of an action) Performed well and with precision
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Inactive, quiet, at rest
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In a state of comfort and relaxation
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Not physically obstructed
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Simple, well-defined, and pleasing in shape
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(of a person) Calm and self-controlled
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Flat
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Without defects or blemishes, including freckles or knots
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Without wrinkles
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Without a break in continuity
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Of or like fruit
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(of a person's work) Expert or accomplished
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Not being or expressing what one appears to be or express
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Tending to talk a lot
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Having or showing keen discernment, sound judgment, and farsightedness
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Tufted
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Containing wax
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Bitingly or humorously intelligent in nature
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(of food, drink, or tobacco) Not sharp, hot, or strong in flavour
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(of sound or color) Free from anything that dulls or dims
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(of a man) Very pleasing to look at
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Consisting of parts all of the same kind
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Able to be read or deciphered; legible
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Being entirely without fault or flaw
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Easy or enjoyable to read
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Very thin and easy to see through
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Verb
To free from breaks, curves, or bumps
“She ran her hands across the crumpled sheets to smooth them.”
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To free from obstruction or difficulty
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“A new regulatory body has been established to smooth the way for privatization of companies.”
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(smooth over) To resolve, or work towards resolving an issue or conflict
“We had to call in a mediator to smooth over the situation between the two hotheads.”
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To make smooth or glossy by applying surface pressure
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“The artisan would use sandpaper to smooth the grain of the wood.”
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To spend time improving one's appearance, often in front of a mirror
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Search or rummage through something
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Make uniform in application or effect
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To make something less tight
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(of an independent person or body) To reach an authoritative judgement or settlement
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Rub something down
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To apply firm pressure to the surface of (something), using a repeated back and forth motion
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To hit lightly and repeatedly with the flat of the hand to make smooth or flat
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To apply a substance such as oil or grease to (an engine or component) so as to minimize friction and allow smooth movement
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To rub an oily or sticky substance over
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Make uniform or similar
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To make better
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To cover with something that protects
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