Satin

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English

Adjective

Satin (not comparable)

  1. Smooth and shiny, glossy. Particularly describing a type of paint.

Noun

Satin (plural Satins)
  1. A cloth woven from silk, nylon or polyester with a glossy surface and a dull back. (The same weaving technique applied to cotton produces cloth termed sateen).

Adjectives for Satin

lustrous; glossy; shimmering; creamy; gleaming; sheeny; wrinkled; warm.

Thesaurus

alabaster, attenuate, attenuated, billiard table, blubber, bowling alley, bowling green, breeze, butter, clay, cushion, daintiness, dainty, delicacy, delicate, dough, down, downiness, downy, eiderdown, feather bed, feathers, filminess, filmy, fine, fine-drawn, fine-grained, fine-grainedness, fineness, finespun, flat, fleece, floss, flue, fluff, fluffiness, fluffy, foam, fuzz, fuzziness, fuzzy, gauzy, glass, gossamer, gossameriness, gossamery, ice, ivory, kapok, level, mahogany, marble, peach fuzz, pillow, plane, plush, pubescence, pubescent, pudding, puff, putty, refined, refinement, rubber, satininess, satiny, silk, silkiness, silky, slide, smooth, smoothness, softness, swansdown, tennis court, thin-spun, thistledown, velutinous, velvet, velvetiness, velvety, wax, wiredrawn, wool, zephyr

Pronunciation

  • Rhymes: -ætɪn

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Italian

Noun

Satin m. inv.

  1. satin

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Latin

Adverb

satin'

  1. introducing questions
    Satin' hoc plane?
    Isn't this plain enough?
    Satin' omnia ex sententia?
    Is every thing to your mind?
    Satin' salva sunt omnia?
    Isn't everything well?

Etymology

A contraction of satisne.

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