flavorful

[fley-ver-fuhl]
adjective
full of flavor; tasty.

Origin:
1925–30; flavor + -ful

flavorfully, adverb
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flavourful or flavorful (ˈfleɪvəfʊl)
 
adj
having a full pleasant taste or flavour
 
flavorful or flavorful
 
adj
 
flavourfully or flavorful
 
adv
 
flavorfully or flavorful
 
adv

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flavorful
1927, from flavor + -ful. Earlier flavorsome (1853).
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Example sentences
White mushrooms are mildly flavored, are tasty when eaten raw but even more
  flavorful when cooked.
Many roasters dressed up less impressive and flavorful coffees with fancy names.
The rabbit reminded the author of chicken, but more flavorful and tender.
The slow-cooked meal was designed to stretch low-quality cuts of meat and make
  them more flavorful.
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