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1. Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0
Ciceronian, Demosthenian, Demosthenic, Machiavellian, Machiavellic, Mickey Mouse, Tullian, accordant, acomous, acute, adipose, adulatory, agreeable, aid, align, alike, all jaw, allay, ameliorate, appease, arch, arrowlike, artful, articulate, articulated, assimilate to, assuage, astute, at rest, attenuate, attenuated, automatic, balance, balanced, bald, bald-headed, balmy, bare, beardless, believable, bland, blandishing, blarneying, blubbery, buff, burnish, burnished, buttery, butyraceous, cagey, cajoling, calender, calm, calm down, candid, canny, casual, catenated, ceaseless, chatty, chrismal, chrismatory, civilized, clean-shaven, clear, clear the way, clever, cloistered, coarsen, communicative, compose, concatenated, conciliate, concinnate, concinnous, connected, conniving, consistent, consonant, constant, continual, continued, continuing, continuous, correspondent, courteous, courtierly, courtly, cradle, crafty, credible, cunning, cursive, cushy, cute, cyclical, dab, dainty, damp, dead straight, deceitful, deep, deep-laid, defuse, delicate, depilated, depilous, designing, diplomatic, direct, disarming, disentangle, downy, drag, dress, dub, dulcet, dulcify, dwindling, ease, easy, easy as pie, ebbing, effortless, effusive, elegant, eloquent, endless, equable, equal, equalize, equilibrize, euphonic, euphonical, euphonious, even, even out, even-tenored, expansive, expedite, explain, extend, facile, facilitate, facund, faint, fair-spoken, fat, fatty, fawning, featureless, felicitous, feline, fell, filmy, fine, fine-drawn, fine-grained, fine-spoken, finespun, flat, flatly, flatten, flattened, flattering, flip, flowing, fluent, fluffy, flush, foxy, frank, free, fulsome, furbish, fuzzy, gabby, gapless, garrulous, gassy, gauzy, gentle, glabrate, glabrescent, glabrous, glassy, glib, gloss over, glossy, gossamer, gossamery, gossipy, graceful, grade, grain, granulate, grease, grease the ways, grease the wheels, greasy, gregarious, guileful, gushing, gushy, hairless, halcyon, harmonious, harmonize, harrow, hasten, help along, homaloidal, homogeneous, homogenize, honey-mouthed, honey-tongued, honeyed, horizontal, hush, hushed, immediate, immutable, impassive, in a line, incessant, ingenious, ingratiating, insidious, insincere, insinuating, interminable, invariable, inventive, iron, isolated, joined, jointless, knowing, lardaceous, lardy, lay, lay down, lay flat, lay level, lay low, lay out, lay the dust, leiotrichous, lenient, lessen, level, light, lineal, linear, linked, long-winded, loose, loquacious, lubricate, lull, make clear, make uniform, make way for, mangle, mealymouthed, measured, mechanical, mellow, methodic, mild, minimize, mitigate, moldering, mollify, monolithic, monotonous, mow, mucoid, multiloquent, multiloquious, naked, never-ending, newsy, nonchalant, nonstop, normalize, nothing to it, obsequious, of a piece, oil, oily, oily-tongued, oleaginous, oleic, open, open the way, open up, ordered, orderly, overtalkative, pacific, pacify, painless, palliate, pave, pave the way, pawky, peaceable, peaceful, perennial, perfect, periodic, persistent, persuasive, placate, placid, plain, plane, planish, plaster, plausible, pleasant, pleasing, polish, polished, polite, politic, pour balm into, pour balm on, prepare, prepare the way, press, prime, prolix, propitiate, pubescent, put straight, quell, quicken, quiescent, quiet, rase, raze, ready, rectify, rectilineal, rectilinear, recurrent, reduce, refine, refined, regular, regularize, regulate, remove friction, repetitive, reposeful, reposing, resourceful, rest, restful, resting, rich, right, robotlike, rock, rock to sleep, roll, roll flat, rolled, roughen, round, round-the-clock, royal, rub up, ruler-straight, run interference for, running, sand, sandblast, sandpaper, satin, satiny, scheming, seamless, sebaceous, secluded, sequestered, sequestrated, serene, serpentine, serried, set straight, sharp, shave, shaven, sheltered, shifty, shine, shiny, shrewd, silken, silky, silver, silver-tongued, simple, simple as ABC, simplify, sit up, sleek, slick, slimy, slippery, slobbery, sly, smarmy, smooth down, smooth out, smooth over, smooth the way, smooth-faced, smooth-running, smooth-shaven, smooth-sounding, smooth-spoken, smooth-textured, smooth-tongued, smoothed out, smoothen, smoothened, smoothly, smug, snaky, sneaky, soap the ways, soapy, sociable, soft, soft-soaping, soft-spoken, soften, soignee, soothe, soothing, sophistical, speed, spellbinding, squashed, squashed flat, stabilize, stable, stand up, standardize, steadfast, steady, stealthy, steamroll, steamroller, stereotype, still, still as death, stillish, stilly, stoic, stolid, straight, straight-cut, straight-front, straight-side, straighten, straighten out, straighten up, straightforward, strategic, streamlined, suave, suave-spoken, subdue, subsiding, subtile, subtle, suety, supple, sweet, sycophantic, symmetrical, symmetrize, syrupy, systematic, tabloid, tabular, tactical, talkative, talky, tallowy, temper, thin-spun, tonsured, tooth, tranquil, tranquilize, trickish, tricksy, tricky, tripping, trodden, trodden flat, true, twenty-four-hour, unagitated, unbar, unbend, unbending, unbent, unblock, unbowed, unbroken, unburdensome, unceasing, unchangeable, unchanged, unchanging, unclog, uncluttered, uncomplicated, unconstrained, unctuous, uncurl, uncurved, undeflected, undeviating, undifferentiated, undistorted, undisturbed, undiversified, unending, uneventful, unguent, unguentary, unguentous, uniform, uniformize, uniformly, unintermitted, unintermittent, unintermitting, uninterrupted, unjam, unkink, unmoved, unobstructed, unperturbed, unrelieved, unremitting, unrough, unroughened, unruffled, unsnarl, unstirring, unstopped, unswerving, untroubled, untroublesome, unturned, unvaried, unvarying, upright, urbane, velutinous, velvety, verbose, vertical, voluble, vulpine, waning, wary, well-ordered, well-spoken, wheedling, wily, windy, winning, wiredrawn
Dictionary Results for smooth:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
smooth
    adj 1: having a surface free from roughness or bumps or ridges
           or irregularities; "smooth skin"; "a smooth tabletop";
           "smooth fabric"; "a smooth road"; "water as smooth as a
           mirror" [ant: rough, unsmooth]
    2: smoothly agreeable and courteous with a degree of
       sophistication; "he was too politic to quarrel with so
       important a personage"; "the manager pacified the customer
       with a smooth apology for the error" [syn: politic,
       smooth, suave, bland]
    3: of the margin of a leaf shape; not broken up into teeth [ant:
       rough]
    4: smooth and unconstrained in movement; "a long, smooth
       stride"; "the fluid motion of a cat"; "the liquid grace of a
       ballerina" [syn: fluent, fluid, liquid, smooth]
    5: (music) without breaks between notes; smooth and connected;
       "a legato passage" [syn: legato, smooth] [ant:
       disconnected, staccato]
    6: of motion that runs or flows or proceeds without jolts or
       turbulence; "a smooth ride" [ant: bumpy, jolting,
       jolty, jumpy, rocky, rough]
    7: lacking obstructions or difficulties; "the bill's path
       through the legislature was smooth and orderly"
    8: (of a body of water) free from disturbance by heavy waves; "a
       ribbon of sand between the angry sea and the placid bay";
       "the quiet waters of a lagoon"; "a lake of tranquil blue
       water reflecting a tranquil blue sky"; "a smooth channel
       crossing"; "scarcely a ripple on the still water"; "unruffled
       water" [syn: placid, quiet, still, tranquil,
       smooth, unruffled]
    n 1: the act of smoothing; "he gave his hair a quick smooth"
    v 1: make smooth or smoother, as if by rubbing; "smooth the
         surface of the wood" [syn: smooth, smoothen] [ant:
         roughen]
    2: make (a surface) shine; "shine the silver, please"; "polish
       my shoes" [syn: polish, smooth, smoothen, shine]
    3: free from obstructions; "smooth the way towards peace
       negotiations" [syn: smooth, smooth out]

2. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Smooth \Smooth\, v. i.
   To flatter; to use blandishment.
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         Because I can not flatter and speak fair,
         Smile in men's faces, smooth, deceive and cog. --Shak.
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3. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Smooth \Smooth\ (sm[=oo][th]), a. [Compar. Smoother
   (sm[=oo][th]"[~e]r); superl. Smoothest.] [OE. smothe,
   smethe, AS. sm[=e][eth]e, sm[oe][eth]e, where [=e], [oe],
   come from an older [=o]; cf. LG. sm["o]de, sm["o]e,
   sm["o]dig; of uncertain origin.]
   1. Having an even surface, or a surface so even that no
      roughness or points can be perceived by the touch; not
      rough; as, smooth glass; smooth porcelain. --Chaucer.
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            The outlines must be smooth, imperceptible to the
            touch, and even, without eminence or cavities.
                                                  --Dryden.
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   2. Evenly spread or arranged; sleek; as, smooth hair.
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   3. Gently flowing; moving equably; not ruffled or obstructed;
      as, a smooth stream.
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   4. Flowing or uttered without check, obstruction, or
      hesitation; not harsh; voluble; even; fluent.
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            The only smooth poet of those times.  --Milton.
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            Waller was smooth; but Dryden taught to join
            The varying verse, the full-resounding line. --Pope.
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            When sage Minerva rose,
            From her sweet lips smooth elocution flows. --Gay.
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   5. Bland; mild; smoothing; fattering.
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            This smooth discourse and mild behavior oft
            Conceal a traitor.                    --Addison.
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   6. (Mech. & Physics) Causing no resistance to a body sliding
      along its surface; frictionless.
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   Note: Smooth is often used in the formation of
         self-explaining compounds; as, smooth-bodied,
         smooth-browed, smooth-combed, smooth-faced,
         smooth-finished, smooth-gliding, smooth-grained,
         smooth-leaved, smooth-sliding, smooth-speaking,
         smooth-woven, and the like.
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   Syn: Even; plain; level; flat; polished; glossy; sleek; soft;
        bland; mild; soothing; voluble; flattering; adulatory;
        deceptive.
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4. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Smooth \Smooth\, adv.
   Smoothly. --Chaucer.
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         Smooth runs the water where the brook is deep. --Shak.
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5. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Smooth \Smooth\, n.
   1. The act of making smooth; a stroke which smooths.
      --Thackeray.
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   2. That which is smooth; the smooth part of anything. "The
      smooth of his neck." --Gen. xxvii. 16.
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6. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Smooth \Smooth\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Smoothed (sm[=oo]thd); p.
   pr. & vb. n. Smoothing.] [OE. smothen, smethen, AS.
   sm[=e][eth]ian; cf. LG. sm["o]den. See Smooth, a.]
   To make smooth; to make even on the surface by any means; as,
   to smooth a board with a plane; to smooth cloth with an iron.
   Specifically: 
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   (a) To free from obstruction; to make easy.
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             Thou, Abelard! the last sad office pay,
             And smooth my passage to the realms of day. --Pope.
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   (b) To free from harshness; to make flowing.
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             In their motions harmony divine
             So smooths her charming tones that God's own ear
             Listens delighted.                   --Milton.
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   (c) To palliate; to gloze; as, to smooth over a fault.
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   (d) To give a smooth or calm appearance to.
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             Each perturbation smoothed with outward calm.
                                                  --Milton.
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   (e) To ease; to regulate. --Dryden.
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