Smoothest



adjective, smoother, smoothest.
1.
free from projections or unevenness of surface; not rough:
smooth wood; a smooth road.
2.
generally flat or unruffled, as a calm sea.
3.
free from hairs or a hairy growth:
a smooth cheek.
4.
of uniform consistency; free from lumps, as a batter, sauce, etc.
5.
free from or proceeding without abrupt curves, bends, etc.:
a smooth ride.
6.
allowing or having an even, uninterrupted movement or flow:
smooth driving.
7.
easy and uniform, as motion or the working of a machine.
8.
having projections worn away:
a smooth tire casing.
9.
free from hindrances or difficulties:
a smooth day at the office.
10.
noting a metal file having the minimum commercial grade of coarseness for a single-cut file.
Compare dead-smooth.
11.
undisturbed, tranquil, or equable, as the feelings, temper, etc.; serene:
a smooth disposition.
12.
elegant, easy, or polished:
smooth manners.
13.
ingratiatingly polite or suave:
That salesman is a smooth talker.
14.
free from harshness, sharpness, or bite; bland or mellow, as cheese or wine.
15.
not harsh to the ear, as sound:
the smooth music of a ballroom dance band.
16.
Phonetics. without aspiration.
adverb
17.
in a smooth manner; smoothly.
verb (used with object)
18.
to make smooth of surface, as by scraping, planing, or pressing.
19.
to remove (projections, ridges, wrinkles, etc.) in making something smooth (often followed by away or out).
20.
to free from difficulties.
21.
to remove (obstacles) from a path (often followed by away).
22.
to make more polished, elegant, or agreeable, as wording or manners.
23.
to tranquilize, calm, or soothe (a person, the feelings, etc.).
24.
Mathematics. to simplify (an expression) by substituting approximate or certain known values for the variables.
noun
25.
act of smoothing:
She adjusted the folds with a smooth of her hand.
26.
something that is smooth; a smooth part or place:
through the rough and the smooth.
Verb phrases
27.
smooth over, to make seem less severe, disagreeable, or irreconcilable; allay; mitigate:
He smoothed over my disappointment with kind words.
adjective
1.
resting in the same plane; without bends or irregularities
2.
silky to the touch: smooth velvet
3.
lacking roughness of surface; flat
4.
tranquil or unruffled: smooth temper
5.
lacking obstructions or difficulties
6.

suave or persuasive, esp as suggestive of insincerity
(in combination): smooth-tongued

7.
(of the skin) free from hair
8.
of uniform consistency: smooth batter
9.
not erratic; free from jolts: smooth driving
10.
not harsh or astringent: a smooth wine
11.
having all projections worn away: smooth tyres
12.
(maths) (of a curve) differentiable at every point
13.
(phonetics) without preliminary or simultaneous aspiration
14.
gentle to the ear; flowing
15.
(physics) (of a plane, surface, etc) regarded as being frictionless
adverb
16.
in a calm or even manner; smoothly
verb (mainly transitive)
17.
(also intransitive) often foll by down. to make or become flattened or without roughness or obstructions
18.
often foll by out or away. to take or rub (away) in order to make smooth: she smoothed out the creases in her dress
19.
to make calm; soothe
20.
to make easier: smooth his path
21.
(electrical engineering) to remove alternating current ripple from the output of a direct current power supply
22.
(obsolete) to make more polished or refined
noun
23.
the smooth part of something
24.
the act of smoothing
25.
(tennis, squash, badminton) the side of a racket on which the binding strings form a continuous line Compare rough (sense 27)
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