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  • adj. comparative form of fruity: more fruity

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Examples

  • From the creator of Lunartik In A Cup of Tea; Matt 'Lunartik' JOnes designed and created the 8 inch tall vinyl retro-licious FORBIDDEN PLANET ROCKET in white (below-left), as well as a "fruitier" LUNARTIKS BANANAS version!

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  • Although the Turley style was once synonymous with excess — and helped spawn a zin arms race in which everyone seemed to be going for riper, fruitier, fatter wines — most zinophiles agree that Mr. Jordan has in recent years refined the style, which is not so surprising given the fact that he crafts some extremely elegant Pinot Noirs for his own Failla label.

    The Power and Punch of Zinfandel

  • Distilled from grapes, pisco is closer to grappa or eau-de-vie than rum, and on its own I find the flavor to be fruitier and somewhat harsher.

    Tony Sachs: How To Make A Real Daiquiri - And The Best White Rums To Make It With

  • "This is fruitier than anything I would ever drink," he said.

    An Officer and an Oenophile

  • A cherry float is similar to a root beer float, but is made with cherry coke and ice cream for a fruitier flavor.

    Bites from other Blogs | Baking Bites

  • “I know I'm getting fruitier by the year, but a father will always want to protect his daughter, you know,” he says.

    News That Stays News

  • It had the same cheery fruitiness as it had before the ham -- if anything it was even fruitier -- and suddenly it seemed ... insipid.

    Uncorked: Telling the difference between fine wine and Two Buck Chuck

  • Back in the days of top hats, spittoons and the Missouri Compromise, a lot of Cognacs were lighter and fruitier than their 21st century descendants, and like whiskeys, were meant to be mixed as well as sipped.

    Tony Sachs: Drinking The Past: New Spirits Recreate Vintage Tastes

  • Niora is spicier and has a fruitier flavor than its Hungarian counterpart, which has a slightly bitter aftertaste.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Made with fruit from 36-year old vines, it plusher and fruitier than the others — and yet still taut.

    California Wines

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