Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a pungent or fine flavor.
“An extra-virgin olive oil, a roasted peanut oil, a sesame-flavored oil—just small amounts of these high-flavored ingredients can put the finishing touches on a recipe and elevate it from average to sublime.”
“Scoldings of “bad taste,” opinions that “he ought to have known better,” and intimations of “high-flavored Nevada delirium tremens” emanated from such publications as the Cincinnati Commercial, the Chicago Tribune, and the Springfield Massachusetts Republican.”
“For such persons a great huge canvas is too much, it is like sitting down alone to a roasted ox; and they do wisely, I think, to patronize small, high-flavored, delicate morceaux, such as the Duke has here.”
“This is a French recipe and is the most excellent of all the high-flavored condiments; it is made by _sun-drying_ thirty _old_, full grown cucumbers, which have first been pared and split, had the seeds taken out, been salted and let stand twenty-four hours.”
“The scene in these dark apartments, where many of the workmen are negroes, is especially high-flavored and like a chapter in _Vathek_.”
“No bother about skimming off fat -- we liked our loaf rich as well as high-flavored.”
“Dantzic_; their accents flowing on in a soft ripple, -- never a wave, and never a calm; words nicely fitted, but never a colored phrase or a high-flavored epithet; they turn air into syllables so gracefully, that we find meaning for the music they make as we find faces in the coals and fairy palaces in the clouds.”
“Mr. Moon never proceeds to business without regaling his jury with good brandy and high-flavored cigars.”
“You can't decide an issue with one nut, but our specimen was as large and full of high-flavored, white meat as the Thomas, and as thin-shelled as the”
“But over and above all other vegetables are the lettuces, which are one of the great staples of food for the Roman people, and so crisp, fresh, delicate, and high-flavored, that be who eats them once will hold Nebuchadnezzar no longer a subject for compassion, but rather of envy.”
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