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aerodynamic having a smooth, even shape that offers the least possible resistance to air currents or movement.
alabaster smooth and pale in appearance. [1/2 definitions]
beagle a breed of dog. Beagles are small dogs with short legs, drooping ears, and smooth fur that is usually black, tan, and white.
beech a tree that has smooth, gray bark and nuts that people can eat.
birch a tree or shrub with hard wood and smooth bark that can be peeled off.
blackboard a smooth, hard panel for writing on with chalk; chalkboard. Blackboards are often made of slate and have a dark color.
chalkboard a smooth, dark board to be written on with chalk; blackboard.
comb a thin piece of plastic or other material that has teeth along one side. It is used to smooth, arrange, or hold hair in place. [2/5 definitions]
courgette the British name for a zucchini, a cucumber-shaped vegetable with a smooth, dark green rind.
cream to beat something until it is as smooth as cream. [1/6 definitions]
Doberman pinscher a breed of dog. Doberman pinschers have short, smooth, black hair with tan markings and are used as guard dogs.
enamel a smooth, shiny coating baked onto metal, glass, or pottery. Enamel is used for protection or decoration. [2/4 definitions]
even smooth, level, or flat. [2/12 definitions]
file2 a long, thin steel tool with ridges on its surface. A file is used to shape, smooth, or grind down wood, metal, plastic, or other hard material. [2 definitions]
flat1 having a surface that does not have higher and lower places; smooth; even. [1/11 definitions]
flow to move in a smooth, steady stream. [2/4 definitions]
frog1 a small, jumping animal with smooth, moist skin, long back legs, webbed feet, and no tail. Frogs are amphibians; they live in water during the first part of their lives and on land as adults. [1/2 definitions]
glossy having a smooth, shiny surface or appearance.
grape a small, juicy fruit, with a smooth skin that is either green, red, or purple. Grapes grow in bunches on woody vines.
grind to make sharp or smooth by rubbing against. [1/3 definitions]
hobble a walk that is not smooth and steady; limp. [1/5 definitions]