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
In an era of globalized music-making, the ensemble has distinguished itself by retaining much of the bright, tangy sound and infectious intensity of its historical heyday.
This wine from the Wellington region offered pear, green apple, anise, tropical fruits, citrus, tangy acidity, and lip-smacking tartness on the finish.
Cultured, European-style and Irish butter is created by adding live cultures to the cream before it is churned, giving the butter a slightly tangy flavor.
This time, simple pork burgers join a sweet and tangy chutney of mango, raisins, onion, and vinegar.
Bonus points for the side of tasty and tangy kimchee served with this sandwich.
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First Known Use of tangy
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Definition of tangy for Students
: having a sharp taste or smell tangy juice
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