from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The property of being milky.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. State or quality of being milky.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being milky, or of resembling milk in quality or appearance.
- n. Hence Blandness; mildness; softness.
It is round and rich, with ample blackcurrant, a kind of milkiness (I guess "soft" or "velvet" is a more common description), and some black pepper at the finish.
The rule is about flavour and was devised for native oysters because their spawning gives them a slight and harmless milkiness in summer months.
And despite the snowy-white Santa Claus beard he's growing for the role, and a very faint milkiness around the edges of his brilliant blue eyes, he's still trim and healthy, a necessity given the rigours of the role – wailing at the heavens, going mad, dying.
And I think the point of rice pudding is intense milkiness, unsullied by the thickeners often slipped into stove-top pudding, and distinct grains of ever-so-slightly chewy rice.
I remember a certain creaminess about it, if not milkiness.
I wonder, would perfumistas from a non-dairy-foods culture, East Asia for example, appreciate milkiness in a perfume?
He could smell the sweet, sad milkiness of her skin.
I like the consistency and the milkiness that the cookie picks up.
My companion for the day Matt persuaded me to accept a soft, misshapen morsel of pure milkiness called Constant Bliss from the knife of the attendant at Jasper Hill Farm.
It has the intense green pepperiness of dandelion greens and the milkiness a dandelions sticky sap.