from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having a specific taste, generally by addition of flavoring.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of flavor.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a distinct flavor.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having the quality that affects the sense of taste or smell: used chiefly in composition: as, high-flavored wine.
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Unlike Gyro, which uses oregano and other herbs, or Doner which is heavily cumin flavored with dried mint, Schwarma as it is presented in the Syrian or middle-eastern style is seasoned with Sabah Baharat, also called Ras El Hanout, or seven-spice blend.
Remove from heat and stir in flavored oil and food coloring.
Each September the Island's breweries release their take on a pumpkin flavored ale and we can't get enough it seems.
Fall is my favorite season mainly because of all the good pumpkin flavored foods!
The lust of tele-idols flashing skin flavored treats as rewards for buying the next great widget.
Great simply soaked and served raw in Asian-flavored salads.
I’ve never seen a pumpkin flavored Ben and Jerry’s ice cream in my grocer’s freezer, but Please Pass the Pie has their cookbook and made Ben & Jerry’s Pumpkin Ice Cream at home.
Every night at ten o’clock he had a small steak he’d cooked to the consistency of shoe leather, a boiled potato, and a pitcher of gin flavored with only ice cubes.
It’s a cold noodle dish with vegetables and tofu skin flavored with sesame oil, vinegar, and chilis.
They dressed up or brought me something pumpkin flavored.