from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Full of flavor; savory.
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- adj. Full of flavor.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. tasteful; having a good taste; -- of food.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. full of flavor
Bright and impressively flavorful from the first refreshing sip, this affordable bubbly is made with 60% pinot noir and 40% chardonnay by
Homemade chile powder, so rich, red and flavorful, is an ingredient I cannot live without.
Dinner was at, again, La Privera on the zocala for traditional cuisine and "flavorful" Mezcal margaritas!!
Dad wants to know if everybody at Art School is so 'flavorful'.
Yamaoka and Kaibara Yuzan, Yamaoka's father, get the grand treatment in terms of characterization, but Kariya gives the supporting cast the kind of flavorful dashes that also make them attractive.
It was sweet and flavorful, with a texture that was chewy, tough, but still buttery.
This is what we in Minnesota use as the enthusiastic neutral: "This is very flavorful!" you say in a bright, cheerful voice, carefully avoiding the specification that the flavor it tastes strongly of is rancid goat's milk, or, "Gosh, your house is certainly pink!"
Jalapeños and carrots, in a base of mustardy yogurt, make a flavorful dip for crispy tortilla chips.
Little pieces of flavorful beef suspended in a rich country-style gravy poured over biscuits or toast.
Also in the cards for Mad Fox: a series of what Madden termed “extreme session beers” (low-alcohol but flavorful beers “you can drink a bunch of and not feel the effects”), as well as a cask-conditioned ale festival, possibly to take place next April.