Definition of alliaceous
: resembling garlic or onion especially in smell or taste
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And since IPAs often have alliaceous -- onion like -- notes, Fowle & Co. have documented them. Exhaustively.
The aroma in your kitchen should be sharp, meaty, with an alliaceous kick; the red wine, balsamic vinegar, and butter combine to form a rich, acidic steam.
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Origin and Etymology of alliaceous
Latin allium garlic
First Known Use: 1757See Words from the same year
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