Thesaurus / astringency

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Its taste is saltish, with a degree of roughness and astringency.
If, then, mineral acids tend to lessen the diarrhoea of cholera, they act by their astringency and not by their acidity.
The filtered liquor had scarcely any astringency to the taste, and was of a very pale colour.
The taste was rather pleasant at first, but left an astringency behind that scarcely tempted one to try a second time.
As a cider apple, this appears to possess great merit, combining a slight degree of astringency, with much sweetness.
BRITISH POMOLOGYROBERT HOGG
In this process the acid of the tea acts upon the copper, and causes that astringency which we remark in all the China teas.
Austere refers to a flavor more or less sour with some astringency.
On account of its astringency it has been used in dysentery, hemorrhage, and other conditions requiring an astringent substance.
Skin medium to thin, somewhat tender, contains a small amount of light red pigment and some astringency.

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