juicy

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Take the ripest and most juicy free-stone peaches you can procure.

It was agreeable, too—it really was—to see him cut it off, so smooth and juicy.

The whitest meat is not the most juicy, having been made so by frequent bleeding, and giving the calf some whiting to lick.

The flesh is tender and juicy with a rich, sweet, vinous flavor.

The pulp is sweet and juicy but is lacking in sprightliness.

So a good soldier saves a juicy morsel like you to bring to her alive.

Youre a fat bit, and youll taste just as tender and juicy by any name.

I dressed one of these birds, and found it juicy and well-flavoured.

Certain it is that fruit grown in sod is drier and less crisp and juicy.

The flesh of the buffalo, especially that of the cow, is juicy, and tender in the extreme.

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