flavorsome flavorsome


  • (adj) full of flavor


  1. He gets some fairly flavorsome inquiries from his readership.
  2. Gifted with a distinctly non-Northern journalistic ease, he has written an honest, flavorsome book about New England.
  3. After twelve hours the prodigiously growing yeast, having multiplied its original weight 16 times, is a ton of flavorsome food.


  • "It would seem disingenuous to the animal," writes Henderson, "not to make the most of the whole beast: there is a set of delights, textural and flavorsome, which lie beyond the filet."
    on Dec 14, 2006 By: Fergus Henderson Source: Slate

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