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- adj. Having a specific taste, generally by addition of flavouring.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of flavour.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. same as flavored; -- of foods.
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English breakfast "flavoured crisp, but the result was disappointing, to say the least, because it relied on various flavoured powders.
Alice must have had a dull time of it, for while the room rang with merry jests in Latin, flavoured sometimes with a little Greek, and even the children could join in the laughter, she alone was ignorant of the matter, and felt as a deaf man feels when he watches people dancing to music that he cannot hear.
Back we go to something stickier: a soft, doughy, suet-like pudding the size of a £2 coin flavoured with truffle, surrounded by an umami-rich truffle broth, which is translucent but deep and intense.
I don't like when people call my flavoured water "juice".
It tastes like the chocolate itself is raisin flavoured, which is why I prefer the similar but much less raisiny Fruit and Nut from Cadbury.
In recent years, beverage companies have raced to develop new drinks, such as flavoured bottled water, sports drinks and teas, to make up for declines in sales of sugary soft drinks.
No "flavoured" teas, just really good Taiwanese and Chinese tea.
Secondly the results are usually 'flavoured' according to local market preferences such as language and local content.
It's possible that for US audiences his bland, fleeting performances in family movies are effectively magnified and "flavoured" by memories of his ferocious standup set - a flavour unavailable to the British public.
Plastic Chocolate 'flavoured' slices coming soon to a supermarket near you!
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