from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Containing oats.
  • adj. Resembling oats.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of the nature of or full of oats.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • The oats smelled a bit too 'oaty' and despite the spices and apple sauce, the raw mixture tasted like bland muesli.

    Archive 2005-06-01

  • While on the subject of British contributions, we'd be remiss to exclude Heston Blumenthal's modern classic: his signature snail porridge, which appropriates breakfast's oaty staple.

    Snails Quicken Their Culinary Pace

  • These fruity, nutty, oaty slabs are the perfect antidote to those dubious "energy bars" that seem to be ubiquitous these days.

    Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's comfort food

  • Oatmeal chocolate chip cookies are great because they deliver all the chocolate and all the buttery flavor of a regular chocolate chip cookie, with a little bit more texture and a delicious oaty, nutty flavor on top.

    Granola Chocolate Chip Cookies | Baking Bites

  • Carefully nibbling on the crumbly, buttery, oaty square, trying to make it last until we got home.

    One For The Table: Tracy Tynan on Flapjacks - The British Madeline

  • On the face of it, the ad for Belvita breakfast biscuits seems pretty elementary, with two vaguely faded celebs – Lisa Snowdon and Johnny Vaughan, palpably wondering where those halcyon Big Breakfast days went – bantering about the product, in this case an oaty, grainy biscuitty thing.

    The Hard Sell: Belvita Breakfast Biscuits

  • Especially with a good, yeasty beer, like a dark one - they taste so nutty and oaty (is that a word?) to me when paired with sweets!

    autumn fruit salad with a beer sabayone

  • I was bringing a spoonful of oaty goodness to my mouth when I spotted it, a crescent, the symbol of Islam.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Tune in on Monday to see the oaty cupcake creation!

    The Red Deer

  • It reminds me of the "fruity oaty bar" commercial in Serenity, which is to say, Japanese... on crack.



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