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Sensory ExperiencePlay
Texture in this context appeals to physical sensation, often involving finger touch. SlideThe texture of the silk scarf felt smooth.
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Descriptive LanguagePlay
Use 'texture' to make descriptions more vivid; helps the listener imagine the feel. SlideThe old book had a leathery texture.
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Not Solely VisualPlay
Don't confuse texture with appearance; texture relates to touch, not just how something looks. SlideDespite its appearance, the blanket's texture was quite scratchy.