- satinlike; smooth; glossy.
Origin of satiny
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Examples from the Web for satiny
Sericeum means silky or satiny; so called from its satin lustre.The Mushroom, Edible and Otherwise
M. E. Hard
Her mouth moved against his, satiny with desire, until they parted.The Sex Life of the Gods
The whiter and more delicate varieties of asbestos, particularly those which possess a satiny lustre.
She put her arms round the satiny neck, and they mutely comforted each other.Missy
Such a nice letter—white and satiny as the leaves of a water-lily!Wives and Widows; or The Broken Life
Ann S. Stephens