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- adj. Resembling a nut
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- adj. resembling a nut in shape and size
- adj. having the flavor of nuts
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Golden Wonder potatoes, yellow, fluffy, had a nutlike flavor; the swedes were fragrant, the moist orange flesh mashed with hand-churned butter; a simple, delicious, traditional west-coast meal.
It had a sweet, nutlike flavor, elusively familiar, tasting of anise and cinnamon.
While somewhat reticent aromatically, with airing it offers up honeyed tropical fruit, orange marmalade, pineapple, sweet crème brûlée, and buttered nutlike scents.
There was more rustling of bed linens, the sound of a drawer sliding open, glass clinking on glass, liquid being poured, and then a strange smell seeped out to the balcony: smoky and nutlike—it made me think of burnt chestnuts—a strange, dark aroma that was somehow bracing.
The meat and shell crunched between his teeth, nutlike.
Uncooked, they taste sweeter than some varieties of apple, and stir fried, they are sublime, with a toothsome crunch and a subtle nutlike flavor.
She showed them some small, shiny, nutlike objects around the edge of the tire.
Chufa, a common sedge with nutlike tubers, is a particular favorite.
EXACTLY WHAT happened next is a small nutlike riddle that science historians have never cracked.
Ful medamas simmers in a saucepan, releasing a familiar nutlike scent in its steam.
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