yeasty

[yee-stee]
adjective, yeastier, yeastiest.
1.
of, containing, or resembling yeast.
2.
frothy; foamy.
3.
youthful; exuberant; ebullient.
4.
trifling; frivolous.
5.
characterized by agitation, excitement, change, etc.: the yeasty years immediately following college.

Origin:
1590–1600; yeast + -y1

yeastily, adverb
yeastiness, noun
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yeasty (ˈjiːstɪ)
 
adj , yeastier, yeastiest
1.  of, resembling, or containing yeast
2.  fermenting or causing fermentation
3.  tasting of or like yeast
4.  insubstantial or frivolous
5.  restless, agitated, or unsettled
6.  covered with or containing froth or foam
 
'yeastily
 
adv
 
'yeastiness
 
n

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Example sentences
As a result, even the permanent whiff of cow dung that hangs in the air has an
  oddly pleasant, yeasty scent.
The scientists noticed a yeasty smell wafting from a local palm.
The crust is light, with a puffy edge and yeasty chew.
The crusts are limp, the centers dry, and there is hardly any yeasty aroma to
  account for.
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