- apple + -y (Wiktionary)
“I'm not familiar with Aidell sausages but I have tried garlic and apple ones sold in my local supermarket in Singapore — they are surprisingly good and not at all "appley" in flavour.”
“It also must have a balance of tart and sweet, a complex yet bright taste, and most importantly, maintain a good "appley" flavor.”
“appley" scale and had the same outstanding texture of the russet: firm, yet just soft enough to have relinquished itself to the pie.”
““I must get some of that lovely appley scent you use,” Castlemaine said tonight, cornering me in the Matted Gallery.”
“It's very appley with more of that smoky tea character, honey-poached peaches and hints of grapefruit.”
“It's frothy and fun, but with really harmonious acidity, great appley fruit, and a beguiling softness of texture.”
“Vietnamese or Thai: Clos Palet Vouvray, France 2009 £7.35, MorrisonsSomething in the slightly tart, fresh, green, appley flavours of this off-dry Loire white works well with the the kind of herbs – coriander, mint, Thai basil – used in Vietnamese and Thai salads and noodle dishes.”
“This example is gentle and delicate, with a trace of sweetness and an appley character.”
“Light and "the fluffiest muffins ever" (according to the fiance), they're nutty and spicy and full of appley goodness, with a secret ingredient.”
“It's worth noting, too, that comparing college graduation rates across countries is a bit like comparing apples with lots of non-appley things.”
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In this area of expertise nouns are frequently used as adjectives (almond, bacon, cider, diesel, fennel, fresh-cut hay, wool) or new adjectives are formed (appley, berrylike, citrusy, full-bodied, ...
Apple used to be a generic term for fruit so it shows up a lot.
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