Definition of 'velvety'
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The residual heat will thicken the egg yolk sauce to become thick and velvety. The Sun (2016)It makes them so deliciously velvety and thick. The Sun (2015)We love the almond and hazelnut oils that help give skin a velvety texture. The Sun (2011)The soup should have a smooth and velvety texture. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You had a deep velvety voice. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Now is the time to nourish it with a rich and luxurious body oil which will leave your skin soft and velvety. The Sun (2011)This thick, creamy body butter leaves skin velvety soft. The Sun (2008)The cream formula gives a soft, velvety finish which feels light and natural. The Sun (2013)It has a sumptuous, velvety texture. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Its luscious velvety fruit will make you and your guests feel that it costs a lot, lot more. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The roast partridge is served up moist, while roast saddle of venison comes velvety soft and the colour of claret. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Dome", rich velvety purple All approx. Winter Garden Glory (1993)It has a velvety texture thanks to a dollop of authentically French full-fat crème fraîche. Times, Sunday Times (2011)If you're single, a velvety voice will be very appealing. The Sun (2010)
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