Thesaurus / spicing
antonyms of spicing
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.
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There was the forest flavor of dampness about it, and a slight spicing of pine.
LEGENDS AND TALESBRET HARTE
Over the whitewashed fence clambering roses hung in profuse invitation, spicing the air with their fragrance.
THE CODE OF THE MOUNTAINSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
Friedrich has left the mouse-trap open;—and latterly has been baiting it with a pleasant spicing of toasted cheese.
HISTORY OF FRIEDRICH II. OF PRUSSIA, VOL. XV. (OF XXI.)THOMAS CARLYLE
But the fact is, that the Americans and English are far more given to spicing than the French.
They improved upon Madame Bordin's pickles by spicing the vinegar with pepper; and their brandy plums were very much superior.
BOUVARD AND PCUCHETGUSTAVE FLAUBERT
The touch of resentment he had never noted before gave her a novel charm, spicing her simplicity.
THE GREY WIG: STORIES AND NOVELETTESISRAEL ZANGWILL
A few rods further, under the cool vault filled with woodland spicing, he came upon it.
SUSY, A STORY OF THE PLAINSBRET HARTE
With the easy soldiering a plentiful spicing of fun was always on foot.
COMPANY GA. R. (ALBERT ROWE) BARLOW
The English like delicately flavoured confections, whilst the Spanish follow the old custom of heavily spicing the chocolate.
COCOA AND CHOCOLATEARTHUR W. KNAPP
Sometimes, however, a different spirit prevails, and a spicing of fun is introduced.
UNDER THE SOUTHERN CROSSMATURIN M. BALLOU