Examples of gamy in a Sentence
a singles bar where the conversations and come-on lines tend to be gamy
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The breast was served in striking wedges, each with strata of crispy skin, luscious fat, and tender meat, as rich and gamy as foie gras.
More recently, poached nettles and a vivid orange swipe of harissa spice paste with a toothy green garbazo ragout gave an aromatic North African lift to the sweetly gamy meat.
Euro Bakery also serves massive sandwiches ($10) stuffed into piping-hot lepinja bread, including an intense and gamy pile of lamb, carved from a huge hunk of roasted meat and layered with onions and a splash of creamy sauce.
Lamb cooked sous vide was light, not gamy, served with fried sweetbreads and grilled preserved eggplants that left a faint whiff of wildfire on the plate.
But also try the goat, which has a buttery richness and slightly gamier savor than lamb, though at times (like my last visit) can be chewy.
Lamb riblettes were a nice idea, smoky and with a deep, pleasing gamy flavor balanced by the tart cherry barbecue sauce.
Guinea Hens Farmers love these low-maintenance fowl for their guard dog–like instincts and hunger for pesky insects like ticks; chefs love their dark, gamy meat, which is good in braises and ragùs.
Archil Guniava’s Wine CellarKnudsen and Ottolenghi opened bottles of naturally sweet tsolikouri, light-bodied tsitska krakhuna, and gamy otskanuri sapere before a lunch of cucumber-and-tomato salad with roasted chicken.
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Definition of -gamy
GAMY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gamy for English Language Learners
: having the flavor of meat from wild animals especially when it is slightly spoiled
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