smooth (Meaning)

Wordnet

smooth (n)

the act of smoothing

Wordnet

smooth (v)

make smooth or smoother, as if by rubbing

make (a surface) shine

free from obstructions

Wordnet

smooth (a)

having a surface free from roughness or bumps or ridges or irregularities

of the margin of a leaf shape; not broken up into teeth

(music) without breaks between notes; smooth and connected

of motion that runs or flows or proceeds without jolts or turbulence

Wordnet

smooth (s)

smoothly agreeable and courteous with a degree of sophistication

smooth and unconstrained in movement

lacking obstructions or difficulties

(of a body of water) free from disturbance by heavy waves

smooth Sentence Examples

  1. The road ahead stretched out smooth and pristine, inviting a leisurely drive.
  2. The skin of the newborn was as smooth as silk, devoid of any blemishes.
  3. The ice cream melted in my mouth, its smooth texture sending a wave of delight through my senses.
  4. The transition between scenes in the movie was so smooth that it felt seamless.
  5. The gears of the machine meshed together smoothly, creating a harmonious symphony of metal.
  6. The conductor's baton moved with smooth, fluid gestures, guiding the orchestra to a flawless performance.
  7. The surface of the painting was polished to a smooth finish, giving it a glossy sheen.
  8. The smooth, warm fur of the cat was a pleasure to pet, sending a shiver of relaxation down my spine.
  9. The smooth, rhythmic breathing of the sleeping baby filled the room with a sense of peace.
  10. The lake's water was so smooth and still that it resembled a giant mirror, reflecting the surrounding trees with perfect clarity.

FAQs About the word smooth

the act of smoothing, make smooth or smoother, as if by rubbing, make (a surface) shine, free from obstructions, having a surface free from roughness or bumps o

sophisticated, polished, urbane, suave, civilized, graceful, gracious, cultivated, unctuous, serene

raw, classless, loutish, stiff, stilted, classless, inexperienced, graceless, awkward, stilted

The road ahead stretched out smooth and pristine, inviting a leisurely drive.

The skin of the newborn was as smooth as silk, devoid of any blemishes.

The ice cream melted in my mouth, its smooth texture sending a wave of delight through my senses.

The transition between scenes in the movie was so smooth that it felt seamless.