NounVelvet (countable and uncountable; plural Velvets)
- A closely woven fabric (originally of silk, now also of cotton or man-made fibres) with a thick short pile on one side.
- Very fine fur, including the skin and fur on a deer's antlers.
- (cooking) To coat raw meat in starch, then in oil, preparatory to frying
Adjectives for Velvet
prodigious; slashed; fawn-tinted; transparent; smooth; ruffled; regal; wrinkled; flattering.
Verbs for Velvet
array in—; attire in—; bask on—; crumple —; divest of—; garb in—; lounge in—; ruffle—; rumple—; swathe in—; upholster in—; —adds; —colors; —enhances; —enriches ; —signifies; —symbolizes.
Easy Street, affluence, alabaster, bed of roses, billiard table, blubber, bowling alley, bowling green, breeze, butter, cinch, clay, clover, comfort, contentment, cushion, daintiness, delicacy, dough, down, downiness, ease, easy circumstances, easy target, easy thing, eiderdown, feather bed, feathers, felicity, filminess, fine-grainedness, fineness, flat, fleece, fleshpots, floss, flue, fluff, fluffiness, foam, fuzz, fuzziness, glass, gossameriness, gracious life, gracious living, happiness, ice, ivory, kapok, lap of luxury, level, life of ease, loaves and fishes, luxury, mahogany, marble, peach fuzz, picnic, pie, piece of cake, pillow, plane, plush, prosperity, prosperousness, pubescence, pudding, puff, pushover, putty, refinement, rubber, satin, satininess, security, setup, silk, silkiness, sinecure, sitting duck, slide, smooth, smoothness, snap, softness, solid comfort, success, swansdown, tennis court, the affluent life, the good life, thistledown, thriving condition, upward mobility, velvetiness, wax, weal, wealth, welfare, well-being, wool, zephyr
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