sourish

[ souuhr, sou-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF sourish
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Apples are sometimes found that are sweetish on one side and sourish on the other.

Its fruit is like a black grape, is sourish, and not very good.

They have not a balsamic, but mostly a sweetish or sourish flavor.

Some people like to chew ants, on account of their sourish taste.

It stood open, and from the cool and shadowy interior came a sourish smell of malt liquors and the hum of voices.

A sourish smell assaulted their sense and a faint spirituous flavor burdened the air.

The fruits are small, hard and sourish, but there is considerable variation in them as regards size and taste.

Some women who have canned soup tell me it spoiled or tasted "sourish and smelled sourish too."

They are raised on the bare surface of the rock in some parts of the Hawaiian islands, and a sourish liquor is procured from them.

For each guest there was a cocoa-nut shell, half-filled with miti, a sourish beverage extracted from the cocoa-palm.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English surnes; see sour (adj.) + -ness.

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