Definition of tangy
: having or suggestive of a tang
Examples of tangy in a Sentence
a tangy sauce with a strong aftertaste
Recent Examples of tangy from the Web
Thai beer, iced tea, or Riesling, to pair with garlicky, spicy, tangy sweet flavor combinations.
The wood smoke mixed with the beach smells to make a tangy perfume.
Mesa 21’s chunky guacamole ($10) was the right combination of creamy, salty and tangy thanks to generous amounts of salt, pepper and lime.
A mound of arugula and fresh basil goes on top, along with some tangy peperonata,...
The chicken and fries arrived blanketed in a dark, ruddy sauce that was tangy and a little bit sweet.
A long tubular variety called Misto No. 2 slithering into the pan, then a thick layer of kefalotyri cheese, with an aroma that gives the kitchen of Holy Trinity/Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church a promising tangy sharpness.
These are just a bit more tangy than your standard deviled eggs.
After, slide over to Florence for some tangy barbecue slaw with a twist of mustard, reminiscent of the Carolinas, at Bunyan's Bar-B-Que.
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Definition of tangy for Students
: having a sharp taste or smell tangy juice
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