The Correct spelling is: smooth
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adj., smoothÂ·er, smoothÂ·est.
- Having a surface free from irregularities, roughness, or projections; even. See synonyms at level.
- Having a fine texture: a smooth fabric.
- Free from hair, whiskers, or stubble: felt his smooth cheek after the close shave.
- Having a short dense flat coat. Used of dogs.
- Having an even consistency: a smooth pudding.
- Having an even or gentle motion or movement: a smooth ride.
- Having no obstructions or difficulties: a smooth operation.
- Serene: a smooth temperament.
- Bland: a smooth wine.
- Ingratiatingly polite and agreeable.
- Having no grossness or coarseness in dress or manner.
v., smoothed, smoothÂ·ing, smoothes. v.tr.
- To make (something) even, level, or unwrinkled.
- To rid of obstructions, hindrances, or difficulties.
- To soothe or tranquilize; make calm.
- To make less harsh or crude; refine.
To become smooth. n.
- The act of smoothing.
- A smooth surface or part.
[Middle English smothe, from Old English smÅth.]smoother smooth'er n.
smoothly smooth'ly adv.
smoothness smooth'ness n.