flavourer

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n flavourer something added to food primarily for the savor it imparts
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Usage

In literature:

She says they gives it a finer flavour, but they don't really.
"Gigolo" by Edna Ferber
We are forced to drain every drop in the cup, and to appreciate every ingredient which adds bitterness to its flavour.
"Hours in a Library, Volume I. (of III.)" by Leslie Stephen
Wine-making, too, is quickly coming forward, the New South Wales wines equalling in flavour those of France and Spain.
"Up To Date Business" by Various
In the matter of flavour?
"Ontario Teachers' Manuals: Household Science in Rural Schools" by Ministry of Education Ontario
If too little dried, they will lose their natural colour and flavour.
"The American Practical Brewer and Tanner" by Joseph Coppinger
Its beef is well flavoured, and the veal of a gnoo-calf is quite a delicacy.
"The Bush Boys" by Captain Mayne Reid
The pulp forms the edible portion of the fruit, and its consistence and flavour are both difficult to be described.
"The Castaways" by Captain Mayne Reid
It has a slightly sweet taste, and a rich yet delicate and peculiar flavour, which it is impossible to describe.
"In the Eastern Seas" by W.H.G. Kingston
I always have lemon flavoured soda.
"Priscilla's Spies" by George A. Birmingham
These are, to the original tone, exactly what the flavouring is to the pudding.
"Spirit and Music" by H. Ernest Hunt
According to the Lucretian maxim, our steak should have been flavoured by the look of the other people's bread-berry.
"The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition" by Robert Louis Stevenson
The beef was deliciously tender and well flavoured.
"Memoirs" by Charles Godfrey Leland
Eaten raw, the flavour resembles that of a chestnut, and boiled it is superior to the best parsnip.
"Celebrated Travels and Travellers" by Jules Verne
He said he did not like to have his porter hot, for he thought it spoilt the flavour, so I let him have it cold.
"The Letters of Charles Dickens" by Charles Dickens
Walrus meat as a diet is less repulsive than seal, for it is not so fishy in flavour and has more the consistency of beef.
"From Paris to New York by Land" by Harry de Windt
Marcobrunner is an excellent wine, of a fine flavour, especially when the vintage has taken place in a warm year.
"The Automobilist Abroad" by M. F. (Milburg Francisco) Mansfield
Delicious, the flavour of the forest after a storm.
"The Book of Khalid" by Ameen Rihani
Indeed, now I think of it, there is something in the flavour of you, singularly suggestive of disappointed ambition.
"Select Conversations with an Uncle" by H. G. Wells
His scenes have a domestic, familiar flavour.
"The Venetian School of Painting" by Evelyn March Phillipps
These friendships were always highly flavoured.
"Tante" by Anne Douglas Sedgwick
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In poetry:

Yet though each share was very small,
We owned when it was eaten,
Being so little for us all
Did its fine flavour heighten.
"The Peach" by Charles Lamb
Of it you have kept some flavour
Through long paths of darkling strife:
Water all has still a savour
Of the primal well of life!
"Cottage-Songs" by George MacDonald
Love wine and spring and beauty while
The wine hath flavour and spring masks
Her treachery in so soft a smile
That none may think of toil and tasks.
"Wisdom" by Ernest Christopher Dowson
"Let us take them in order. The first is the taste,
Which is meagre and hollow, but crisp:
Like a coat that is rather too tight in the waist,
With a flavour of Will-o'-the-Wisp.
"Fit The Second - The Bellman's Speech" by Lewis Carroll
The shades of girls, all flavoured from their shrouds,
When sunlight goes are sundered from the worm,
The bones of men, the broken in their beds,
By midnight pulleys that unhouse the tomb.
"Our Eunuch Dreams" by Dylan Thomas
The slanting, youthful sound-holes through
The belly of fine, vigorous pine
Mellowed each note and blew
It out again with a woody flavour
Tanged and fragrant as fir-trees are
When breezes in their needles jar.
"The Cremona Violin" by Amy Lowell

In news:

Staying open to surprises adds flavour to travel.
Pomegranates predicted to be the hot flavour of 2004.
Le Val d'Heure at Rue de la Station 25 offers the freshest of local flavours.
Give desserts a hint of tropical flavour with golden passionfruit.
That got me thinking about where tea comes from and all the different types of leaves and flavours that are produced.
Escabeche is simply the Spanish word for 'pickled' and usually refers to fish that's been fried first, then marinated in a flavoured vinegar.
Variations of the dish, using a panoply of different spices and flavourings, can be found all over Spain and Latin America.
Nova Scotia is big on adventure and flavour.
These are an old-fashioned, crispy, rich-textured, incredibly satisfying pastry, simply flavoured with buttermilk and freshly grated nutmeg .
Give desserts a hint of tropical flavour with golden passionfruit .
This steak benefits from an overnight ' salt cure' to tenderize and flavour the meat.
Enjoying foods with stronger aromas could help you eat less, according to a new study in the journal Flavour.
The fabulous flavours of Italy.
The salmon picks up a hint of wood flavour when cooked on a plank.
Mr Whippease ice cream mix in strawberry, toffee and vanilla flavours.
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In science:

Flavour-related observables are also implemented by many other non-dedicated public codes to provide additional checks for the models under investigation [32–38].
THE TOOLS AND MONTE CARLO WORKING GROUP Summary Report from the Les Houches 2009 Workshop on TeV Colliders
Besides the Flavour changing contributions, there are new effects with respect to the SM that do not go to zero even in the limit in which the full Flavour Symmetry U (3)5 is exact.
A Motivated Non-Standard Supersymmetric Spectrum
In Chapter 3, mainly based on , we present a unified viewpoint on the Higgs mass problem and the Flavour/CP problems in Phenomenological Supersymmetry.
A Motivated Non-Standard Supersymmetric Spectrum
On the other hand in a model with Minimal Flavour Violation (MFV) the suppression of the new sources of flavour violation is very efficient, but the usual pattern (1.1.5) in a supersymmetric context implies that the squarks are almost degenerate and thus relatively light.
A Motivated Non-Standard Supersymmetric Spectrum
This in turn means that the Flavour Blind (FB) phases typically give rise to large contributions to the EDMs, and the need of small phases without any explanation means that there is a (SUSY) CP problem.
A Motivated Non-Standard Supersymmetric Spectrum
Is the Flavour problem a naturalness problem as well? Given the little we understand about flavour, this is not the easiest question to answer.
A Motivated Non-Standard Supersymmetric Spectrum
Let us take the view, however, as put forward by many authors in the nineties [110] - [116], that the SUSY Flavour problem may have something to do with a hierarchical structure of sfermion masses: the first two generations significantly heavier than the third one.
A Motivated Non-Standard Supersymmetric Spectrum
Here we argue about the possibility that the two issues, “the Higgs problem” and “the Flavour problem”, be related naturalness problems, that may be addressed at the same time by properly extending the MSSM.
A Motivated Non-Standard Supersymmetric Spectrum
Let us insist on the SUSY Flavour problem in connection with a hierarchical sfermion spectrum.
A Motivated Non-Standard Supersymmetric Spectrum
Whether and how the Flavour problem can also be attacked in this manner is a model dependent question that we are going to analyze in various cases proposed in the literature.
A Motivated Non-Standard Supersymmetric Spectrum
All this shows that in the MSSM, without giving up naturalness, the Flavour problem can perhaps be addressed by a hierarchical structure of the sfermion masses only if rather specific assumptions about their flavour structure are made, definitely stronger than the ones described above.
A Motivated Non-Standard Supersymmetric Spectrum
In view of the considerations developed in Sect. 3.2, this goes in the direction of solving the SUSY Flavour problem.
A Motivated Non-Standard Supersymmetric Spectrum
In this Chapter we have given attention to the possibility that the Higgs mass problem and the Flavour problem contain a unique message.
A Motivated Non-Standard Supersymmetric Spectrum
Yet the possibility that the Higgs mass problem and the Flavour problem point towards an extension of the MSSM needs to be given serious consideration.
A Motivated Non-Standard Supersymmetric Spectrum
The basic simple idea that we pursue is that a lightest Higgs boson naturally heavier than in the MSSM renders at the same time more plausible that the SUSY Flavour problem has something to do with a hierarchical structure of the sfermion masses, a connection often invoked in the past.
A Motivated Non-Standard Supersymmetric Spectrum
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