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- n. The quality of being fatty
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. State or quality of being fatty.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being fatty; grossness; greasiness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. having the property of containing fat
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Balancing out the fattiness is the acidic green apple, which offers Vitamin C, potassium and fiber and trace amounts of just about everything else.
We now expect extreme levels of sweetness, fattiness, and saltiness in our foods.
It's often the mustard that's served alongside Cantonese barbecue, and it is just the thing to cut through all that sweet fattiness.
Aside from slight inconsistencies in juiciness – one end of each spare rib was way more tender, juicy, and had more fattiness than the other end – it was a win!
Crispy salmon skin roll is good but I feel like it needs more substance, nevertheless the crunchiness and fattiness of it is amazing.
Depending upon their origin, they can vary in brininess, fattiness, and taste.
And only the very best cherries would be good enough to make a sour compote to cut through the crispy skin and fattiness of the meat.
Maybe the fattiness of the lamb kept mine from being dry?
It sort of reminds me of eating cold fried chicken, the meatiness and rich fattiness pleasantly coats the mouth.
Later some of the lemon is there, with a whiff of fattiness that must be banana peel.