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British pronunciation/sˈætɪn/
American pronunciation/ˈsætən/

a type of very smooth fabric with a glossy surface

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satin definition and meaning

What is "satin"?

Satin is a smooth, shiny fabric that is typically made from silk, polyester, or a blend of the two. It is characterized by its glossy surface and the way that light reflects off of it, creating a luxurious and glamorous look. Satin is often used for formal and dressy clothing, such as evening gowns, wedding dresses, and lingerie, as well as for home decor items like curtains, bedding, and throw pillows. It can be dyed in a range of colors and is available in different weights and finishes, from lightweight and drapey to heavy and structured. Satin is known for its softness and smoothness, and it is often favored for its ability to make the wearer feel elegant and sophisticated. While satin requires some special care to maintain its sheen and luster, it is a classic and timeless fabric that is sure to add a touch of glamour to any project or outfit.

The mantua's bodice was cinched tightly with a satin ribbon.
He chose a satin finish for the kitchen cabinets to add a touch of elegance to the room.
She laced the curtains with satin trim, giving them an elegant finish.
The elegant curtains in the ballroom were made of satin sheen gold fabric, catching the light.
The luxurious bedding was adorned with satin sheen gold accents, creating a sumptuous feel.
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