Thesaurus / piquant

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The more piquant your vinegar, the more oil you’ll need to counter it, but go by what tastes good to you.

Even grandmother laid claim to her, for she was delighted with her piquant description of places and people.

A Little Girl of Long AgoAmanda Millie Douglas

Cherry opened her portfolio, and showed two or three water-coloured drawings of the graceful little head and piquant features.

It was plain that the girl was finding a piquant relish in the affair.

Under some piquant provocation, too; for Poppy had just informed him, that she "didn't fancy his business."

The Divine FireMay Sinclair

The stories are fresh and piquant, and printed in good large type.

A Gamble with LifeSilas K. Hocking

There is something quite irresistible in his impertinence; 'tis so conscious and so piquant.

CamillaFanny Burney

Madame Colleville was a Parisian, piquant, winning and pretty, as well as clever and ethereal.

Repertory Of The Comedie Humaine, Complete, A -- ZAnatole Cerfberr and Jules Franois Christophe

How much this was would be wholly dependent upon the piquant elements introduced into the story by Mrs. Cholmondeley.

A Nest of LinnetsFrank Frankfort Moore

And this innocent intrigue gave a piquant flavour to his otherwise dull life.

Madame MidasFergus Hume

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