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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.
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creamy

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

adjective
Bright and clear in complexion; not dull or faded:
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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
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creamy

[ˈkriːmi] adj
[texture] → crémeux/euse
(= containing cream) [sauce] → à la crème
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

creamy

adj (+er)
(= tasting of cream)sahnig; (= smooth)cremig; a creamy complexionein zarter Teint
(= cream-coloured)creme(farben or -farbig)
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

creamy

[ˈkriːmɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (taste, texture) → cremoso/a; (colour) → crema inv, panna inv
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

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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The next morning, we took off the lid the thing: The chicken was straw gold on top, with an almost creamily luscious broth surrounding it in.
Soprano soloist Alison Roddy brought a decidedly Wagnerian approach to the indeed Wagnerian settings of these valedictory poems, facial and body language as rapt as in any Brunnhilde narration, vocal tones beautifully even and creamily phrased.
Emphatically so, for both palate and wallet, in this soft, stone-fruited, creamily textured chardonnay from one of Bulgariaas largest producers, Domaine Boyar.
It rides smoothly and creamily through the gears and needs little encouragement to show off its pace on the straights.
If the white band in Barcarolle is a creamily painted positive against the negative space of the bare canvas, Cremona, 2014--another painting in which a single line comes in and out of the canvas at left and right and fills the space between--features a narrow black line instead of a wide white one, and sets it against a white ground whose broad, richly painted expanses attract the eye, making figure and ground, positive and negative, tend to flip and reverse.
A last, lingering meal with a superb fillet of Charolais beef, creamily pungent Epoisses cheese and magnificent Burgundy wines and then it was back to Paris and the Eurostar home.
We tried two desserts for the record: a spiced orange cake with gingerbread ice cream, which was very pleasant, and a tart of chocolate and Vietnamese coffee, creamily sweet with condensed milk that inspired us to order a cup of the real beverage.
Three people were easily satisfied with 40 cubic inches of fresh, creamily frosted transgression - as much displacement as a small Honda motorcycle engine back in the '60s but with a much lighter effect.
For main course my husband chose the lamb, pink and tender, with a creamily smooth celeriac puree, roast shallots and mustard sauce.
Perhaps the most well known and most frequently quoted occurs when Bierce's men find a badly wounded Union sergeant among the dead: He lay face upward, taking in his breath in convulsive, rattling snorts, and blowing it out in sputters of froth which crawled creamily down his cheeks, piling itself alongside his neck and ears.
Bath like an Egyptian - If you would rather walk or bathe in the shadow of an Egyptian queen, experience this deliciously decadent bath - a floral milk bath that promises to leave your skin creamily soft.