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  • adj. Containing elements of fusion music

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Examples

  • Seems like we had pretty different reviews - I felt that the place was very "fusiony" and that there weren't as many traditional offerings as I would like.

    Tuna Toast

  • "You can get fusiony with American junk food," she says.

    Chablis With Brie? No, Cherry Coke and Cool Ranch

  • In general, sushi may have been ill fit to an evening where the next most subtle cuisine was fusiony French, but Makoto rose to this challenge making a dish as beautiful and intricate in its assembly as in its harmony of subtle flavors.

    Augieland:

  • Much like the ill-fated tapes destined to blare the Bohemian Rhapsody, it would seem any empty space in New York with more than one hundred continuous feet spontaneously bursts forth as a “somewhere in Asia/somewhere else somewhere, fusiony but more on the Asian influence side” mega-restaurant featuring modern décor and a techno trance soundtrack.

    Augieland:

  • Nice to see it anyway, very fusiony and not as heavy sounding as they've been in the past at times, but they've definitely sounded better.

    anti-vocal bands and purple plants

  • The overall effect is not unlike Sebastian Hardie or some of the more melodic, less fusiony Camel moments.

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  • Larger dishes are divided among fusiony selections-for example, an olive-crusted filet mignon with chimichurri and fenugree-pepper sweet potatoes-and traditional Indian cuisine from Hyderabad.

    Chicago Reader

  • But let's be clear that Hillary Clinton appeared before the Independence Party to seek its little fusiony endorsement back in 2000.

    Buffalo Pundit

  • This is very jazz fusiony at parts, and switches to a very happy space sounding, fast riff in between.

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  • Opening Report, remember the fusiony combos like "caprese and bacon egg and cheese."

    Eater

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