Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling or characteristic of cedar.

Etymologies

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cedar +‎ -y

Examples

  • But these wines are still tailored to bridge the divide between the Old and New Worlds, and they retain that distinctive cedary, polished style.

    From Over Here to Over There

  • Deep in cedary flavor and tannic, this wine needs a few years in the cellar before serving.

    A Refreshing Bordeaux

  • In some ways it has a tiny cool but complex mint, like Cartier Roadster, and I'll agree, a touch of Fou d'Absinthe, but there is honey hiding close to the skin, the cedary nutmeg.

    M. Micallef La Seducteur: Perfume Review

  • The wine had enticing aromas of black cherry, allspice, and a cedary smell that reminded me of my mother's cedar chest.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • And the prospect of smoky cedary salmon was so intriguing.

    Cooking: Cedar Plank Salmon

  • The base is dry, cedary almost, though not quite leathery.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • Many different fine woods were used to construct the pipes, so it emits a magical, cedary sort of fragrance that reminded me of incense in a Catholic mass.

    Boing Boing: December 12, 2004 - December 18, 2004 Archives

  • The 1988 Cabernet Reserve offers a huge nose of spicy, cedary cassis fruit, and dense, superrich, concentrated flavors with gorgeous texture, huge body, and an impeccable sense of balance.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • A medium-bodied, rather elegant style of Pétrus, it has a distinctive cedary, almost celery component intermixed with a hint of caramel, sweet mulberry, and black cherry fruit.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • The wine is full-bodied, rich, with an attractive cedary, herbaceous, black-fruit character.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

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