from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The state of being juicy or of abounding with juice; succulence in plants or fruits.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The state or quality of being juicy; succulence plants.
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- noun the state of being
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a juicy appetizingness
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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!
We needed an intuitive interface, and something called 'juiciness'-a game-designer's term for lots of instant positive feedback.
It’s more like enough juiciness is left behind to leave them tasty.
It is saltier and greasier, fried a darker brown and not pressure-cooked to seal in juiciness (or, if you’re nauseated by chicken that squirts when you bite into it, wetness).
The raspberries added some juiciness and extra sweetness to the dessert, as well as a lovely swirl of color to break up the black-and-white of the plain cheesecake brownie.
The chicken is soaked in brine for extra juiciness and de-boned for easy eating.
Dish: Black Hainan Chicken Rice Amy Ma 2010
To get the juiciness you crave, top with a tablespoon of hummus, along with lettuce, tomato, and onion.
The Small Change Diet Keri Gans 2011
The char and juiciness of the chicken, and an undercurrent of jalapeño in the sauce, make a rousing combination.
The juiciness of the orange segments makes a nice textural contrast to the creaminess of the avocado.
There is a brief moment every summer when the farm feels like it is bursting at the seams with a kind of juiciness that comes with a deep passion for delicious vegetables.
Liz Neumark: As the Years Pass Liz Neumark 2011