flavorsome

[fley-ver-suhm]
adjective
1.
of a full, rich, pleasant flavor; tasty.
2.
having or giving a particular flavor.

Origin:
1850–55; flavor + -some1

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flavour or flavor (ˈfleɪvə)
 
n
1.  taste perceived in food or liquid in the mouth
2.  a substance added to food, etc, to impart a specific taste
3.  a distinctive quality or atmosphere; suggestion: a poem with a Shakespearean flavour
4.  a type or variety: various flavours of graphical interface
5.  physics a property of quarks that enables them to be differentiated into six types: up, down, strange, charm, bottom (or beauty), and top (or truth)
6.  flavour of the month a person or thing that is the most popular at a certain time
 
vb
7.  (tr) to impart a flavour, taste, or quality to
 
[C14: from Old French flaour, from Late Latin flātor (unattested) bad smell, breath, from Latin flāre to blow]
 
flavor or flavor
 
n
 
vb
 
[C14: from Old French flaour, from Late Latin flātor (unattested) bad smell, breath, from Latin flāre to blow]
 
'flavourer or flavor
 
n
 
'flavorer or flavor
 
n
 
'flavourless or flavor
 
adj
 
'flavorless or flavor
 
adj
 
'flavoursome or flavor
 
adj
 
'flavorsome or flavor
 
adj

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Example sentences
And the design of the physical production is flavorsome and sincere.
When it comes to food, customers want things flavorsome and good tasting.
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