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It’s about the experience of the texture and the chase after just a little more of that wisp of flavor.

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If you’re in muddy country, look for tires with deep, aggressive lugs, and ideally with some lugs or texture on the sides that will provide traction in ruts and other nasty mud holes.

While the texture of the fish was apparently realistic, its taste was described as “lacking.”

These places, these non-corporate spots do so much to add valuable texture and character to our neighborhoods.

The silicone exterior is grippy, durable, and feels like a lacrosse ball with added texture.

A film of the stuff dripped down the side, and I could see its gritty texture.

Not only did it look like and have the texture of crude oil, it tasted like it had been recently drilled.

The slaw is vaguely like piccalilli or relish, but has a taste and drippy texture like no other.

I inquire if I may touch it and find the texture soft and creamy.

As more time passes, the coral that attach give the works entirely new shape, texture, and color.

It was soft and pliable, and of such a texture that it could be washed easier than anything else, either paper or cloth.

These limestones are hard and possess to a greater or less extent a crystalline texture.

The leaf is of beautiful appearance, of almost a silky texture, and in color a rich brown.

The leaf when growing, is in color a fine green, and when cured is of considerable body and fine texture.

In some countries, however, the leaf grown near salt water is equal in color and texture to any grown in the interior.

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On this page you'll find 65 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to texture, such as: balance, character, composition, consistency, fabric, and feeling.

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

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