yeasty


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yeast·y

 (yē′stē)
adj. yeast·i·er, yeast·i·est
1. Of, similar to, or containing yeast: yeasty dough.
2. Causing or characterized by unrest or agitation; turbulent: the yeasty days before the new government was established.
3. Frothy; frivolous: a yeasty comedy.
4. Full of productivity or vitality; exuberantly creative.

yeast′i·ly adv.
yeast′i·ness n.

yeasty

(ˈjiːstɪ)
adj, yeastier or yeastiest
1. (Biochemistry) of, resembling, or containing yeast
2. (Brewing) fermenting or causing fermentation
3. (Cookery) tasting of or like yeast
4. insubstantial or frivolous
5. restless, agitated, or unsettled
6. covered with or containing froth or foam
ˈyeastily adv
ˈyeastiness n

yeast•y

(ˈyi sti)

adj. yeast•i•er, yeast•i•est.
1. of, containing, or resembling yeast.
2. characterized by agitation, excitement, change, etc.
3. frothy; foamy.
4. youthful; ebullient.
5. trifling; frivolous.
[1590–1600]
yeast′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.yeasty - of or resembling or containing yeast
2.yeasty - marked by spirited enjoymentyeasty - marked by spirited enjoyment  
spirited - displaying animation, vigor, or liveliness
3.yeasty - exuberantly creative
creative, originative - having the ability or power to create; "a creative imagination"

yeasty

adjective
Consisting of or resembling foam:
Translations
hiivainen

yeasty

[ˈjiːstɪ] ADJ
1. [smell, taste] → a levadura
2. (fig) → frívolo, superficial

yeasty

adj tastehefig; smellnach Hefe; breadnach Hefe schmeckend; the beer’s very yeastydas Bier schmeckt stark nach Hefe

yeasty

[ˈjiːstɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (smell, flavour) → di lievito
References in classic literature ?
"I held that life was a ferment, a yeasty something which devoured life that it might live, and that living was merely successful piggishness.
Then all these yeasty emotions subside and are blended into one glorious sensation of grandeur and majesty, as of a giant among pygmies.
In Taste and See: Discovering God Among Butchers, Bakers, & Fresh Food Makers, Margaret Feinberg invites her readers through storytelling and the sharing of recipes to experience God through the sense of taste, often neglected as a way to encounter the divine--despite that it is in the tartness of fermented grapes and the yeasty tang of baked bread that we receive Christ into our bodies weekly.
The yeasty spread was introduced in 1902 and has annual sales topping PS25million.
Lively and fresh with an appealing citrusy fruitiness, and barrel-fermented for a yeasty complexity, gentle hints of soft lemony fruits lead to a long, crisp finish.
It is produced from draff, sugar-rich kernels of barley used in the whisky making process, and pot ale, a yeasty liquid left over after the drink is distilled.
"The yeasty but acidic aspects of this cheese are well matched with the fatty sweetness of the meat."
Floral aromatics led to bright crisp fruit flavors before a light yeasty finish.
grapevine SAM WYLIE-HARRIS raises a glass to International Sherry Week (November 7 to 13) with some jewels from Jerez A FULL bodied, bone dry fino, Valdespino Fino Inocente Dry Sherry, Spain (PS7.75, 37.5cl, thewhiskyexchange.com) has a beguiling, yeasty nose and a salty tang on the finish.
A full bodied, bone dry fino, Valdespino Inocente has a beguiling, yeasty nose and a salty tang on the finish.
Make a well in the centre, then slowly pour in the yeasty water, mixing as you go to make a shaggy dough.
SOME YEARS AGO Wes Frensdorff, the one-time bishop of Nevada (now deceased) wrote a piece called "The Dream." (*) He imagines a church that has recovered its New Testament charism and passion, a church that celebrates the ministries of all the baptized, a church "so salty and so yeasty that it really would be missed if it were not around." At the heart of his dream is "a church without the answers, but asking the right questions; holding law and grace, freedom and authority, faith and works together in tension, by the Holy Spirit, pointing to the glorious mystery who is God.