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Sunday, June 20, 2004

Definitions for yeasty

  1. Of, pertaining to, or resembling yeast.
  2. Not yet settled or formed; immature or incomplete.
  3. Marked by agitation or change.

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Citations for yeasty
Aunt Mari had the basket open and was taking out freshly baked rolls, which had been carefully wrapped in a tea towel. The yeasty smell of them and of fried chicken made Eve realize how hungry she was. Mary Balog, Slightly Married
We are living in the time of the parenthesis, a great and yeasty time, he concluded. "Make uncertainty your friend." Bill Sweetman, Interavia Business & Technology
Origin of yeasty
Yeasty is from yeast, from Middle English yeest, from Old English gist.