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yeasty

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adjective \ˈyēs-tē, ˈēs-tē\

Simple Definition of yeasty

  • : full of or resembling yeast

Full Definition of yeasty

yeast·i·eryeast·i·est

  1. 1 :  of, relating to, or resembling yeast <a yeasty flavor>

  2. 2 a :  immature, unsettled b :  marked by change <a yeasty period in history> c :  full of vitality d :  frivolous 1a e :  frivolous 2

yeast·i·ness play \-tē-nəs\ noun

Examples of yeasty

  1. The kitchen had a yeasty odor.

  2. <the yeasty chatter at a cocktail party on New Year's Eve>



1598

First Known Use of yeasty

1598

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