flavoring

noun
fla·​vor·​ing | \ ˈflā-v(ə-)riŋ How to pronounce flavoring (audio) \

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Examples of flavoring in a Sentence

We used ginger and other natural flavorings. soup made with beef flavoring
Recent Examples on the Web There was most definitely more sugar than lemon flavoring. cleveland, "Ranking 95 lemonades from local grocery stores for National Lemonade Day," 20 Aug. 2020 The strawberry flavor overpowers any lemonade flavoring. cleveland, "Ranking 95 lemonades from local grocery stores for National Lemonade Day," 20 Aug. 2020 The traditional destination for carefree late July days like this is often an ice-cold movie theater; plush red seats and the scent of artificial popcorn flavoring should be ahead. Ariana Romero, refinery29.com, "Movie Theaters Are So 2019. Meet You At The Drive-In," 7 Aug. 2020 Add bourbon cream,bourbon and flavoring, stir until incorporated. Dahlia Ghabour, The Courier-Journal, "There won't be a Blue Ribbon cake competition in 2020, so let's relive past winning recipes," 6 Aug. 2020 This will add flavoring and allow this future-juicy steak to retain more moisture. Matt Haines, CNN Underscored, "Everything you need to grill up a perfectly seared steak," 30 July 2020 Grow it in a container or full-sun garden space to enjoy its drought-tolerant evergreen foliage and blooms in addition to the potent fragrance and flavoring from its foliage and stems. Calvin Finch, ExpressNews.com, "Calvin Finch: Beginner’s guide to growing herbs," 25 June 2020 More and more it is used as a garnish in addition to a flavoring within the dish. Calvin Finch, ExpressNews.com, "Calvin Finch: Beginner’s guide to growing herbs," 25 June 2020 Their petals are edible and rose water (made from soaking the petals in water) is often added to jellies or jams, or is used as flavoring in Indian and Chinese dishes. Claire Harmeyer, Better Homes & Gardens, "6 Fascinating Facts About Roses That You Probably Didn't Know," 4 June 2020

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First Known Use of flavoring

1845, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of flavoring was in 1845

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13 Sep 2020

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“Flavoring.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/flavoring. Accessed 27 Oct. 2020.

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flavoring

noun
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English Language Learners Definition of flavoring

: a substance that is added to a food or drink to give it a desired taste

flavoring

noun
fla·​vor·​ing | \ ˈflā-və-riŋ, ˈflāv-riŋ \

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