Examples of tangy in a Sentence
a tangy sauce with a strong aftertaste
Recent Examples of tangy from the Web
It's served with lettuce, pickles and a tangy buttermilk herb mayo.
My only tweak was to add a spoonful of capers to add tangy bursts to the mild bulgur grains.
The basting sauce, mixed with eggs and cooking oil, creates a creamy texture and tangy flavor that mates beautifully with yard birds.
Gwen bumps it up a notch by using an extra-sharp, 12-month-aged variety that provides a tangy bite.
Street vendors with charcoal stoves put a little griddle on top, toast the corn and put on a little lime juice and tangy black salt.
Early September is the tail end of Norway’s raspberry season, and Kontrast is serving its nearby berries now with a homemade, pale-green sorbet made of yogurt and tangy wood sorrel.
The tangy add-on first appeared on French tables in 1336 when it was invented for a royal banquet held in honor of King Philip VI.
In no way did the treat taste like a regular, sugary crave-able cupcake — especially with its grainy, too-tangy icing.
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First Known Use of tangy
Synonymsnippy, pungent, strong, sharp
Antonymsbland, mild, smooth
Related Wordsacid, acidic; acrid, bitter, harsh; gingery, hot, peppery, piquant, spicy, tart, zesty, zingy; putrid, rancid, rank, skunky; acute, keen; animating, energizing, exciting, galvanizing, invigorating, provocative; appetizing, delectable, delicious, palatable, toothsome; flavorful, savory (also savoury), tasty; aromatic, redolent
Near Antonymsaged, mellow, ripe; gentle, soft; flat, flavorless, insipid; savorless, tasteless, zestless; dilute, thin, watery, weak
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