\ ˈkrē-mē How to pronounce creamy (audio) \
creamier; creamiest

Definition of creamy

1 : containing cream
2 : resembling cream (as in color, texture, or taste) a creamy consistency creamy skin a creamy voice

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Other Words from creamy

creamily \ ˈkrē-​mə-​lē How to pronounce creamily (audio) \ adverb
creaminess \ ˈkrē-​mē-​nəs How to pronounce creaminess (audio) \ noun

Examples of creamy in a Sentence

The sauce has a smooth, creamy texture. Do you prefer creamy or crunchy peanut butter? She sings with a creamy voice.
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Recent Examples on the Web The exhaust crackles to life, roars, and settles into a lumpy idle that separates it from those rich and creamy Ferraris. Connor Hoffman, Car and Driver, "The Greatest Cars of All Time: The 2010s," 5 July 2020 The finish is rich and creamy with flavors of lemon zest and caramelized sugar. Rachel King, Fortune, "8 wines to sip this summer," 4 July 2020 Process on high for about 5 minutes, stopping to scrape down the sides as needed, until the mixture is smooth and creamy. Allie Morris, Dallas News, "Buck Naked Kitchen: How an indigenous Canadian upbringing inspired this healthy cookbook," 1 July 2020 Unlike the creamy, opaque formulas that came before it, Balance has a watery-gel texture that immediately sinks into my skin. Karina Hoshikawa,, "Glossier’s First Gel Moisturizer Is Here — & We Tried It First," 1 July 2020 The sharp mustard overtone is the perfect foil for the creamy and sweet-sour combination that comes from a mixture of mayonnaise, sugar and vinegar. cleveland, "Try the real recipes for these famous restaurant foods," 15 June 2020 Mustard, vinegar and parsley add big flavor to creamy potatoes. Kari Sonde, Washington Post, "Fill your picnic basket with these 6 packable recipes," 25 June 2020 Process until the mixture is creamy, about 5 minutes. Paul Stephen,, "Recipe: Strawberry Frozen Yogurt," 24 June 2020 The company is readying for stores five new condiments under the St. Elmo Steak House brand, including a root beer glaze, a truffle dijonnaise, a creamy Thai chile sauce, a seafood sauce and the house dressing. Cheryl V. Jackson, The Indianapolis Star, "St. Elmo cans its signature 'Elmo Cola.' Here's how you can buy it.," 17 June 2020

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First Known Use of creamy

1618, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of creamy was in 1618

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13 Jul 2020

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“Creamy.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 13 Jul. 2020.

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How to pronounce creamy (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of creamy

: made with cream or tasting like cream
: thick and smooth
: smooth and soft


\ ˈkrē-mē How to pronounce creamy (audio) \
creamier; creamiest

Kids Definition of creamy

1 : full of or containing cream creamy salad dressing
2 : smooth and soft creamy skin creamy peanut butter

Other Words from creamy

creaminess noun

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