Meaning of SMOOTH in English

SMOOTH

n. 25B6; adjective

the smooth flat rocks : EVEN, level, flat, plane; unwrinkled, featureless; glassy, glossy, silky, polished.

his face was smooth : CLEAN-SHAVEN, hairless.

a smooth sauce : CREAMY, velvety, blended.

a smooth sea : CALM, still, tranquil, undisturbed, unruffled, even, flat, waveless, like a millpond.

the smooth running of the equipment : STEADY, regular, uninterrupted, unbroken, fluid, fluent; straightforward, easy, effortless, trouble-free.

a smooth wine : MELLOW, mild, agreeable, pleasant.

the smooth tone of the clarinet : DULCET, soft, soothing, mellow, sweet, silvery, honeyed, mellifluous, melodious, lilting, lyrical, harmonious.

a smooth, confident man : SUAVE, urbane, sophisticated, polished, debonair; courteous, gracious, glib, slick, ingratiating, unctuous; informal smarmy.

uneven, rough, hairy, lumpy, irregular, raucous, gauche.

25B6; verb

she smoothed the soil : FLATTEN, level (out/off), even out/off; press, roll, steamroll, iron, plane.

a plan to smooth the way for the agreement : EASE, facilitate, clear the way for, pave the way for, expedite, assist, aid, help, oil the wheels of, lubricate.

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