supersmooth


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supersmooth

(ˌsuːpəˈsmuːð)
adj
exceptionally smooth
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The latest Intel Wi-Fi 6 with Gig+ (802.11ax) takes wireless speeds to the next level, for supersmooth connections to the world.
The range is angled towards automatic rather than manual transmission and while you are paying for the privilege it's a supersmooth shifter and in line with many autos these days offers improved efficiency - funny how the tables have turned in that regard.
Daily surprises include salted caramel vodka, crackers filled with pecan praline, a meltingly-smooth hazelnut buche, macadamia and coconut snowballs (too good to throw) and its supersmooth, awardwinning cocoa gin.
She also finds time to fall in love with the show's supersmooth young crooner Link Larkin, played by Dan Partridge.
ROG Swift PG27UQ is the very first monitor to run 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) content at an overclockable 144Hz refresh rate to provide gamers with detailed ultra-high definition visuals at extremely supersmooth frame-rates.
Maggie Childs has surely aged decades to play dotty Mrs W - it's a lovely performance but matched by Roger Liddle as the supersmooth and persuasive 'prof.'.
Its top-class suspension means it provides a supersmooth ride, cushioning passengers from even the roughest of roads.
His much mimicked voice and supersmooth screen toughness made him box office gold.
The transition was pretty seamless and though it felt a little unnerving I soon felt comfortable, perhaps helped by the supersmooth tarmac surface of the proving ground but also the absence of other vehicles.
On the other hand if a supersmooth, quiet, frugal and roomy midsized estate car is the future, bring it on.
The new Precious Shine 3D lip gloss (RRP PS2.99) is supersmooth, extra glossy and packed with ingredients for a really moisturising finish on lips.