Definition of Smooth out

1. Verb. Free from obstructions. "Smooth the way towards peace negotiations"

Exact synonyms: Smooth
Generic synonyms: Disembarrass, Free, Rid



Definition of Smooth out

1. Verb. (transitive) To make something smooth. ¹

2. Verb. (intransitive) To become smooth. ¹

3. Verb. (transitive) To remove irregularities or imperfections. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smooth Out

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smooth out (current term)
smooth over
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Literary usage of Smooth out

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1. Modern Pulp and Paper Making: A Practical Treatise by George Strong Witham (1920)
"There is always an easy way to smooth out misunderstandings and difficulties, ... I am satisfied that one cannot unravel and smooth out a misunder standing ..."

2. A Laboratory Manual of Anthropometry by Harris Hawthorne Wilder (1920)
"In this particular case the doubling of the intervals for the groups does not smooth out the drop near the right-hand end of the curve, but the entire curve ..."

3. A Laboratory Manual of Anthropometry by Harris Hawthorne Wilder (1920)
"The other way to smooth out an irregular curve is to increase the number of instances, measure another hundred, for instance, which would tend, ..."

4. A Dictionary of Similes by Frank Jenners Wilstach (1916)
"... smooth out the one, I will smooth out the other. — JOSH BILLINGS. Bad habits are as infectious by example as the plague itself by contact. — FIELDING. ..."

5. The State Tax System of Washington by Vanderveer Custis (1916)
"Shifting doubtless tends, to some extent, to smooth out the inequalities between ... It can hardly smooth out the inequalities between different concerns. ..."

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