flavorsome

[ fley-ver-suh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF flavorsome

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLAVORSOME

The food, also, is not so nourishing or flavorsome as if freshly cooked in the home kitchen.

His narrative of Bigfoot's Adventures is the rollickiest and the most flavorsome that any American frontiersman has yet inspired.

"The Old Cattleman," who tells all the Wolfville stories, is a substantial and flavorsome creation.

The sapient being will say, ‘These red objects are apples; as a class, they are edible and flavorsome.’

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FLAVORSOME

spicy

adjectivepungent, flavorful
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