Related formsvel·vet·i·ness, nounun·vel·vet·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for velvety
His velvety smooth baritone is among the most imitated but never quite duplicated.Viral Video of the Day: Morgan Freeman Sucks Helium|Alex Chancey|July 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Slowly the fingers would start to move and scratch the enormous soft skull and velvety ears.
Finally home, with her family close and darkness falling, Kamila settled down on a velvety pillow in her living room.
Still, nothing quite satisfies the way a rich, velvety soup does.
It gives the soup a velvety body, almost as if it were enriched with cream, without contributing a taste.
Stir steadily with a wooden spoon and, when velvety, serve a-sizzle on piping hot beer-soaked toast.The Complete Book of Cheese|Robert Carlton Brown
Its large leaves are oval, of a velvety under-surface, and besprinkled on the upper with whitish spots.The Desert World|Arthur Mangin
They were exceptionally fine—full and velvety, grandly formed, and a real masterwork of nature.Royal Highness|Thomas Mann
In a matter of minutes the older man's snoring drifted to him, a sound faintly irritating against the velvety hush outside.The Anglers of Arz|Roger Phillips Dee
From there she could look out at the campus, still green and velvety.Grace Harlowe's Problem|Jessie Graham Flower