puckery

adjective
puck·​ery | \ˈpə-k(ə-)rē \

Definition of puckery 

: that puckers or causes puckering

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This robust brandy made in Louisville, Ky., hints at honey and baking spice, with lots of toasty oak tannins providing a dry, puckery finish. Kara Newman, WSJ, "Your New Favorite Brown Liquor," 4 Oct. 2018

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First Known Use of puckery

1830, in the meaning defined above

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