creamy

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cream·y

 (krē′mē)
adj. cream·i·er, cream·i·est
Rich in or resembling cream.

cream′i·ly adv.
cream′i·ness n.

creamy

(ˈkriːmɪ)
adj, creamier or creamiest
1. resembling cream in colour, taste, or consistency
2. (Cookery) containing cream
ˈcreamily adv
ˈcreaminess n

cream•y

(ˈkri mi)

adj. cream•i•er, cream•i•est.
1. containing cream.
2. resembling cream in consistency or taste; soft and smooth.
3. cream-colored.
4. Informal. highly desirable or beneficial.
[1425–75]
cream′i•ly, adv.
cream′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.creamy - of the color of cream; "creamy translucent pebbles"
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
2.creamy - thick like cream
thick - relatively dense in consistency; "thick cream"; "thick soup"; "thick smoke"; "thick fog"

creamy

adjective
1. milky, buttery creamy mashed potato
2. smooth, soft, creamed, lush, oily, velvety, rich Whisk the mixture until it is smooth and creamy.

creamy

adjective
Bright and clear in complexion; not dull or faded:
Translations
قِشْدي، دَسِم، مليء بالقِشْدهناعِم وأبيَض، قِشْدي اللوْن
hebkýkrémovýsametovýsmetanový
cremetflødeagtigsilkeblød
elefántcsont színûkrémszerûtejszínszerû
rjómakenndursilkimjúkur
hebký bielysmotanový
kremastkremen
kaymaklıkrem gibi yumuşakkremalı

creamy

[ˈkriːmɪ] ADJ (creamier (compar) (creamiest (superl))) [taste, texture] → cremoso; [colour] → color crema inv

creamy

[ˈkriːmi] adj
[texture] → crémeux/euse
(= containing cream) [sauce] → à la crème

creamy

adj (+er)
(= tasting of cream)sahnig; (= smooth)cremig; a creamy complexionein zarter Teint
(= cream-coloured)creme(farben or -farbig)

creamy

[ˈkriːmɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (taste, texture) → cremoso/a; (colour) → crema inv, panna inv

cream

(kriːm) noun
1. the yellowish-white oily substance that forms on the top of milk, and from which butter and cheese are made.
2. any of many substances made of, or similar to, cream. ice-cream; face-cream.
3. the best part; the top people. the cream of the medical profession.
4. (also adjective) (of) a yellowish-white colour. cream paint.
verb
1. to make into a cream-like mixture. Cream the eggs, butter and sugar together.
2. to take the cream off. She creamed the milk.
3. (with off) to select (the best). The best pupils will be creamed off for special training.
ˈcreamy adjective
1. full of, or like, cream. creamy milk.
2. smooth and white. a creamy complexion.
ˈcreaminess noun
cream of tartar
an ingredient in baking powder.
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Substitute applesauce, avocado, mashed banana, silken tofu or garbanzo beans for eggs to make baked goods creamier, more moist and richer.
For a creamier smoothie, blend in a little plain 0% Greek yogurt.
Mint Chocolate Chip is a favorite among American ice cream lovers, and when combined with Promised Land's naturally creamier and more nutrient rich milk, the result is a decadent and delicious summer treat.
You can add milk to homemade soups to make them creamier (especially leek, celery and mushroom soups).
For something softer, creamier and less lively Codorniu (who make this cava for Tesco) also have Gran Cremant Vintage Cava 2012 (Down to PS6.
The process for making the crocodile egg ice cream is similar to the process for making any kind of ice cream, and as crocodile eggs contain more yolk than white, it gives a better viscosity and texture, making it creamier and thicker than normal ice cream.
Substitute the creamier blue cheeses with Stilton if you have some left over, or Ribblesdale Blue which is a delicious goat's cheese from the Yorkshire Dales Cheese Company www.
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Moreover, Prima Donna leggero is now even tastier, creamier and easier to cut in slices thanks to its improved quality.
Microfoam created by Starbucks baristas will enhance both the texture and taste of every handcrafted espresso beverage--the perfect foam tastes sweeter and creamier and has a shiny and meringue-like appearance.
They found that participants who had the "AA" form of the gene -- present in 21 percent of the population -- rated the salad dressings as creamier than individuals who had other forms of the gene.
The sachet porridges differs from the brand's pots as they are mixed with milk rather than water to give a creamier end product.