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noun as in biting taste or odor

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Sriracha works beautifully in its place, lending a fermented tang compared with chili-garlic’s bright, fresh heat, or you could try it with whatever hot sauce you have.

Served warm, testers noticed a subtle yeast tang and liked that “it was smoother than the others we tried.”

I use sugar sparingly, adding just enough so the cake registers as a true dessert while maintaining a gentle yogurt-y tang.

A quick peanut sauce and crunchy bok choy give this tofu sheet-pan dinner tang and textureBuying and storing.

If the sauce is too sour, add the sugar or honey to take the edge off the tang.

Do you have a favorite Wu-Tang memory—any crazy shenanigans you got into?

Who would picture Wu-Tang doing slapstick comedy in primetime on Fox?

The tomatoes' crunch and tang add new dimensions of delight.

As far as we know, the earliest frozen dairy treat was made in China during the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD).

Outside, Matt Schultz supporters in Boy Scout uniforms made pancakes and handed out cups of Tang.

Without thinking what he was doing, he slipped the tang into a hollow reed which he picked up from the ground.

Musakit ang pus-un ug dúgay tang walà kaihì, Your lower stomach hurts if you go long without urinating.

Grind the base of the tang into a knife blade for sharpening pencils, shaving chalk, opening envelopes, etc.

A piece of rubber stuck on the tang end answers the double purpose of a protector and eraser.

He remembered dates, historical associations, little incidents that had occurred and that had the foreign tang.


On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tang, such as: aroma, bite, flavor, guts, kick, and nip.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.