Having a texture that lacks friction. Not rough. (adjective)
Without difficulty, problems, or unexpected consequences or incidents. (adjective)
bland; glib (adjective)
suave; sophisticated (adjective)
natural; unconstrained (adjective)
placid, calm. (adjective)
Lacking projections or indentations; not serrated. (adjective)
Not grainy; having an even texture. (adjective)
Having a pleasantly rounded flavor; neither rough nor astringent. (adjective)
Having derivatives of all finite orders at all points within the functionâ€™s domain. (adjective)
Lacking marked aspiration. (adjective)
Something which is smooth or easy. (noun)
A smoothing action. (noun)
A domestic animal having a smooth coat. (noun)
A member of an anti-hippie fashion movement in 1970s Britain. (noun)
The analysis obtained through a smoothing procedure. (noun)
To make smooth. (verb)
To capture important patterns in the data, while leaving out noise. (verb)
Examples of word smooth
I remember rightly, all her prizes were won in light winds or smooth water; and though I do not believe we could do anything with her in a staggering whole-sail breeze in _smooth_ water, I fancy we could give a good account of her in a Channel match.
As he scrambles to his feet, all his Latin smooth is gone.
When the term smooth is used in this sense, Smith said it means there is very little on the slope that will act to anchor the snow in place, like trees and rocks.
He said his party is still committed to what he described as a smooth, full implementation of the rest of the provisions of the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement CPA.
Officials who provided details of how it all unfolded concentrated Friday on what they described as the smooth integration of the administration's law enforcement, intelligence and diplomatic teams in tracking the Russian agents and turning the situation into a national security victory rather than a source of political and public concern and potential criticism.