meatiness


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meat·y

 (mē′tē)
adj. meat·i·er, meat·i·est
1.
a. Of or relating to meat.
b. Having the flavor or smell of meat.
c. Full of or containing meat.
2. Heavily fleshed.
3. Prompting considerable thought: a meaty theme for study and debate.

meat′i·ness n.
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A touch of warming spice and meatiness through the mid-palate adds more oomph and the finish manages to combine weight and finesse in equal measure.
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