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sug·ar·y

 (sho͝og′ə-rē)
adj. sug·ar·i·er, sug·ar·i·est
1. Characterized by or containing sugar: sugary foods.
2. Tasting or looking like sugar.
3. Excessively or cloyingly sweet: sugary compliments; a sugary smile.

sug′ar·i·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sugariness - the taste experience when sugar dissolves in the mouth
gustatory perception, gustatory sensation, taste, taste perception, taste sensation - the sensation that results when taste buds in the tongue and throat convey information about the chemical composition of a soluble stimulus; "the candy left him with a bad taste"; "the melon had a delicious taste"
2.sugariness - the sweetness of sugar
sweetness, sweet - the property of tasting as if it contains sugar
Translations
عاطِفِيَّه، سُكَّرِيَّه
sladkost
sødhedsukkerholdighed
cukortartalomédes ség
væmni
şekerliliktatlılık

sugar

(ˈʃugə) noun
the sweet substance that is obtained from sugar-cane, or from the juice of certain other plants, and used in cooking and for sweetening tea, coffee etc. Do you take sugar in your coffee?
verb
to sweeten, cover or sprinkle with sugar.
ˈsugary adjective
1. tasting of sugar, or containing a lot of sugar. sugary foods.
2. too sweet or sentimental. a sugary story.
ˈsugariness noun
ˈsugar-cane noun
a type of tall grass from whose juice sugar is obtained.
ˌsugar-ˈcoated adjective
covered with icing. sugar-coated biscuits.
ˈsugar-free adjective
not containing sugar.
sugar lump
a small cube of sugar used for sweetening tea etc.
sugar tongs
an instrument for lifting sugar lumps. a pair of sugar tongs.
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Inside, dulce de leche was sweet and smoky providing the rich sugariness the mild cheesecake needed.
Keeper, 1874, by Hardy Junior Museum) itwt" s Dr Hardy notes, for example, that in 1875, a critic thought Heywood's painting of that year titled "Gaining Health", showing two young girls riding side-saddle on donkeys on a beach was full of Victorian "freshness, frankness and manly honesty and healthiness" compared to the sugariness of other artists.
Keeper, 1874, by Junior Museum) itwt" s Dr Hardy notes, for example, that in 1875, a critic thought Heywood's painting of that year titled "Gaining Health", showing two young girls riding side-saddle on donkeys on a beach was full of Victorian "freshness, frankness and manly honesty and healthiness" compared to the sugariness of other artists.
Their comparatively low natural sugariness makes them great snacking fruits.
After all that sugariness and faux friend-dom ( I am not buying that she and Julia Roberts are genuinely BFFs) I can't blame Swifty for feeling like she needed a palate cleanser.
After all that sugariness faux friend-dom ( I am buying that she and Roberts are genuinely I can't blame Swifty feeling like she needed palate cleanser.
I confess sometimes Crozier's sugariness can make me feel blackmailed with sentiment:
perceived sugariness or saltiness of the baseline solution) did differ based on solution and ethnicity.
Once you have got a baby hooked on that brand, and its taste and sugariness, you know you have got them for life.