barnyardy

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adjective barn·yardy \ˈbärn-ˌyär-dē\

Definition of barnyardy

  1. :  characteristic of or suggesting a barnyard especially in aroma … wines with distinctively leathery, earthy, or even barnyardy aromas and flavors … — Randal Caparoso, Honolulu Advertiser (Honolulu, Hawaii), 8 May 2002

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1986

First Known Use of barnyardy

1986


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