How To Use Juicy In A Sentence

  • He called the foiled butt "Really juicy and nearly perfect. Physicist Cracks BBQ Mystery
  • What's the use of having such a juicy and appetizing prospect-list if you can't call on them?
  • Flying foxes have a long bristly tongue that's great for lapping up juicy fruit, and for licking and grooming themselves and their friends!
  • The juicy yet slightly overcooked burger would have benefited from a nice charbroiling, the flavor of smoke and fire would have added some much needed depth. NYC Food Guy
  • This old, and now rare traditional variety has deep, full-bodied apple aromas, which hold nothing back on a super juicy palate.
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  • Fish is happy with a host of zesty whites, juicy pinks and light, tangy reds. Times, Sunday Times
  • There were still flowers in plenty, pink campion, toadflax, small blue scabious, honeysuckle, and six-inch mushrooms, inedible no doubt, but the blackberries were ripe and juicy enough to quench thirst.
  • And a bowl of juicy ripe fruit was placed on the table and a bottle of sparkling wine was chilling nicely in the silver cooler.
  • Delicious berried aromas have an herbal tinge that follows through on a medium-bodied palate with juicy flavors and smooth tannins.
  • It was tender, juicy and tasty, especially with the addition of the salty pork wrapping.
  • Include lots of green leafy vegetables and sweet juicy fruits.
  • Thick, juicy cod fillets are steamed over water that is intensely flavoured with a medley of spices, fresh herbs and aromatics.
  • We know how tempting it can be to indulge in listening to or passing along a juicy rumor.
  • This extremely crisp, juicy, sweet apple has a rich flavor that has made it No.1 in taste panels.
  • [ Jefferies'Voice ] because you want to shove your rotten cock up her juicy ass.
  • The peppers were juicy and tasty, as was their filling.
  • There is a lemon tree just outside our kitchen window that delivers an abundance of big juicy fruit twice a year.
  • Here's my juicy plate with brisket and my spinach on the side.
  • This yard, however, had been transformed into a lush garden full of plump, red, juicy tomatoes.
  • It is a big, juicy mouthful and the trout love it. Times, Sunday Times
  • You can start the day with a stewed apple, and if you feel hungry in between meals, try snacking on a juicy pear.
  • The beauty here is the balance of juicy green apples, grapefruit, peaches and pineapple all anchored by brilliant acidity.
  • The media is interested in content that will appeal to their readers, which should preferably be juicy.
  • They have a delicate filagree of intramuscular fat that melts when cooked and makes the absolute most tender, juicy, flavorful meats. Meathead Goldwyn: 12 Great Christmas Gifts for the Barbecue Lover
  • The meat ends up juicy and luscious, the gravy rich with a hint of sweetness and the carrots have bite. Times, Sunday Times
  • The yam bean's crisp, juicy quality - and the idea of eating the tuber raw - struck the Tongans as exotic and peculiar.
  • These vegetarian birds like juicy young leaves. Times, Sunday Times
  • It has a juicy, translucent flesh with a similar taste to a lychee.
  • Follow the leads of Miley Cyrus and Madonna and customize your Juicy Couture tracksuit using the popular brand's new monogramming service, launching today. $10 at Juicycouture. com Fashion Forward: Blanchett is bright in Armani's Black Lace makeup
  • Al. Fairbrother, editor of Everything, campions the word anent, and says it is a smooth and juicy word. Idle Comments
  • The debate over the safety of GM foods continues even as more and more customers in the supermarket reach for the bright-red tomato, the plump juicy chicken and the perfectly round head of lettuce.
  • Lymington is a charming port with little fashion boutiques and kiosks serving juicy crab sandwiches. Times, Sunday Times
  • The wine is very juicy with ripe berry fruit, brambles, a sprinkling of spice and round tannins.
  • Sure, if I so choose I could reel in a nice haul of little fish but if I wait things out just that little bit longer, I know a nice big juicy fish is going to come my way.
  • The homemade onion rings are even better, cut thin and lightly battered so there's a nice balance between crust and juicy onion.
  • There's nothing better than a nice juicy peach!
  • The best part was undoubtedly the sirloin steak with fresh grated horseradish and parsley butter; pink, juicy, hedonistically tender, with an intoxicating scent and flavour.
  • There's no doubt that our fantasy world can be very juicy and seductive.
  • Lots of juicy fat in a joint of beef makes it taste better. The Sun
  • My newly acquired knowledge is nothing more than juicy gossip and therein lies the problem.
  • Sprinkle with a little salt and crush to a juicy paste. Times, Sunday Times
  • Above average geeks will want to turn right to the second part of the book for the juicy stuff.
  • Want to hear a juicy bit of news?
  • Laid out before you, you have 73 different types of fruit - a succulent, juicy example of every variety you can think of - but not one single, solitary apple.
  • Why can't it just be some bitter Xinhua reporter who knows lots of juicy stories he can't report saying Hey Bei Dou, you're a muckraking risktaker with his own website. Archive 2007-06-01
  • It was served with teriyaki sauce, but even better drizzled with a slice of very juicy lime.
  • Even as I write, I can taste the juicy steak, the melting cheese, the caramelised onions and zingy sauce wrapped in bread which was crispy and not overlarge.
  • Water lilies grew along the riverbank as the stream of water flowed around trees that grew juicy fruits.
  • Smoked fish is now eaten all year round - but juicy kippers, smoked Finnan haddock or delicious Arbroath smokies are still especially tempting round about now.
  • These include walnuts, almonds, coconut, sweet juicy, seasonal fruit such as pears, apples (cooked if possible), milk, and fresh cheeses such as panir or ricotta.
  • Josie intends to join him when she has completed her assignment for Jones, a hardened veteran of the juicy tidbit wars.
  • Rich and juicy aromas of ripe plum and black cherry with mild peppery scents offer mild flavours of clove before a rip-roaring juicy fruit bursts through leading to ripe yet firm tannins taking you on a long finish.
  • But the fruit's clusters of arils - or seeds surrounded by a juicy sac - are protected by sections of white, pithy membrane.
  • [ Jefferies'Voice ] because you want to shove your rotten cock up her juicy ass.
  • Plump and juicy, they are ideally served in a mariniere sauce with crusty homemade bread or chunky chips. The Sun
  • Another hit was a trio of juicy grilled lamb chops, each with a different accompaniment: preserved lemon-caper gremolata sprinkled over one, a miso-roasted eggplant log with another and a smooth, creamy eggplant spread with the third.
  • It's an exquisite dish, as is the chicken, pancetta-wrapped and juicy, a side of basil-and-olive-flecked orzo complementing the herby goat-cheese filling.
  • Lunch is a roast leg of lamb with juicy roast vine tomatoes and a flageolet bean gratin.
  • • To keep meat and fish juicy with no added fat, remember to cook in parchment paper or aluminum foil. Valerie Orsoni: The BBQ That's Good for You: This July 4th, Claim Independence From Unhealthy Grilling!
  • Sure, I had to coax her with hints of juicy, interesting news that I said I needed to tell her, but still.
  • At the end of the day, private banks want to get their hands on customers' capital, which they invest with gusto in return for juicy fees.
  • With spring swigging in mind, Somerfield is introducing a juicy new range of Antipodean Riesling, dry muscat, Sauvignon Blanc and Verdelho wines.
  • A big, juicy steak goes well with a big, juicy wine such as a Cabernet Sauvignon or a Shiraz, while a chicken dish is better with wine containing less tannin, such as a Valpolicella and Beaujolais or a white Sancerre.
  • He's a nimble, accomplished soloist and a sensitive accompanist, capable of pastel washes, shimmering folky chords or juicy bop lines.
  • But there's no estival diversion quite like a juicy brew of crime and passion: a bouillabaisse of murder, sex and politics, perhaps with a hint of the milieu mixed in. Letter From Paris: Savoring A Summer's Scandal
  • I just want simple ideas that will provide a perfect accompaniment for a juicy seared steak or trio of lamb cutlets.
  • The meat was tender and juicy.
  • Meat from the rib section tends to be tender and well marbled with the fat that makes steaks and roasts juicy and fl.
  • The mixture should be juicy but not swimming in liquid. Times, Sunday Times
  • There is a range of juicy, tender steaks and chicken dishes.
  • a juicy scandal
  • I like my steak burnt to a cinder on the outside and blood red and juicy inside.
  • There are, however, juicy counter arguments to the highest value use theory, the most obvious being that we can't all grow grapes.
  • But the focus has shifted to creating value as much by trading assets as by erecting buildings, with juicy returns to be made at different stages of a development process.
  • Made from an Ethiopian grain called tef, injera is eaten at every meal and also serves as cutlery, used to scoop up the juicy sauces. chicagotribune.com - News
  • I'm pretty sure they could sell that information for something juicy in the brig.
  • The first harvest was three weeks behind - making the fruit extra juicy. The Sun
  • While its famous thick and juicy hamburgers remain a menu highlight, other items also win praise, like ahi katsu, shrimp tempura, laulau, poi, rice, macaroni salad, lomi salmon and kalua pig.
  • Her palette grew more complex and sophisticated - replete with lavenders, juicy oranges, translucent celadons, glowing viridians, wine reds and a range of blues from deep ultramarine to pale sky.
  • Made in a juicy, low-oak, easy-drinking style, it has nice core of sweet black cherry and blackberry fruit flavors, light earthy-wood notes and just a bit of that minty character. The New York Cork Report
  • The steak was just how he liked - pink, juicy and marbled with fat.
  • Over a glass of rubicund wine and juicy steak, he poses the main dilemma of the movie.
  • Of particular interest was this rather juicy morsel from the SPY column ... Cornerstone About to Become Tombstone?
  • Some are small and tight and barely bigger than a golf ball, others sweet and juicy with an altogether softer tone, and some with only the merest hint of allium about them. Nigel Slater's onion tart recipe
  • Leaves are a core element in the painting and plotting that makes a juicy garden, but often they are forgotten or a lucky by-product. Times, Sunday Times
  • There are almost 10 different meats to sample, from thinly sliced sirloin to juicy pork to simple, tender lamb.
  • I had pilfered a nice, juicy mango and was about to eat it when some guy got into a fight with me about who should own it.
  • When my dish, the slow-roasted lamb shanks with braised fennel and roast garlic mash, arrived, juicy hunks of lamb were falling off the bone.
  • Frankly, with a vast online knowledge base at your fingertips, it would be a miracle if people didn't swipe a phrase here or pilfer a juicy paragraph there.
  • My fresh fruit salad was juicy chunks of papaya, mango, melon and plums. Times, Sunday Times
  • My tortellini were large and juicy, perhaps a little too much so.
  • Here, fresh peaches pair well with juicy raspberries and crunchy almonds for a ‘peach Melba’ flavor.
  • Start with our Fresh Melon - a quarter of juicy honeydew melon, served with a twisted orange slice and strawberry garnish.
  • The pineapple was sweet and juicy.
  • When I don't see any little crabs on the shore, or sticking up out of the water, I usually see them blowing bubbles from under the water; the little bubbles go _puff, puff, puff_, and then they go _pop, pop, pop_, and they show me where the little juicy crabs are, so I can put my paw in and catch them. Stories to Tell Children Fifty-Four Stories With Some Suggestions For Telling
  • Economic theory tells us that if it weren't so, there would be tons of new entrants into the market, attracted by juicy profits.
  • Or serve green vegetables and juicy vegetables such as courgettes and peppers. Times, Sunday Times
  • She baked it the night before, using spelt instead of traditional wheat flour, and big, juicy, organic sultanas.
  • This juicy Cape chardonnay comes from one of the country 's best producers. Times, Sunday Times
  • I sink my teeth into the hot, steamy, juicy delicacy.
  • When I made these, I ended up with super-juicy lemons, and think I was able to get 1 cup from 3.5 of them also with an electric juicer, which is more thorough. lemon bars | smitten kitchen
  • The artichoke was plump and juicy, served with bright red tomatoes that looked more suntanned than sun-dried.
  • Once at 7K I quoted to him from Keats 'Endymion the lines about those people who "unpen their baaing vanities to browse away the comfortable green and juicy hay from human pastures. The Private Life of Henry Maitland
  • You lift a rotting log with one hand and pry out juicy grubs with your other forefinger.
  • A pork chop sandwich with chow-chow—a mustardy relish common in parts of the South—is juicy and sloppy $8.50. A Southern Shortlist
  • Bonus: adgrunt Dellowe has a big scan from mediaweek on the story with the juicy headline Heads will roll at FP7. Adland
  • The meat ends up juicy and luscious, the gravy rich with a hint of sweetness and the carrots have bite. Times, Sunday Times
  • The steak was just how he liked - pink, juicy and marbled with fat.
  • Include lots of green leafy vegetables and sweet juicy fruits.
  • I had realised some time ago, after completing my sixth novel, The Juicy Beaks, that I wasn't much of a writer.
  • Weil's recipes for unfussy summer desserts like easy blackberry cobbler, juicy peach pandowdy, and warm blueberry grunt leave no excuse for not taking advantage of summer fruit at its peak.
  • If they are at room temperature rather than chilled; if they are unbruised, sweet and juicy; if they are promiscuously, gloriously bright; and if they are abundant, there is little else you need for a moment of pure summer joy.
  • I have never eaten chicken so juicy, well textured and perfectly cooked.
  • Set in various dusty and grubby locales across the world, it's essentially a photorealistic scramble in various juicy cars. The Sun
  • The noticeable gaps between the petals distinguish it from the wild strawberry that will bear juicy red fruit. Times, Sunday Times
  • Only the feisty, hoppy notes of beer can cope with the bite of cheddar and the juicy, vinegary, pickled onions and gherkins.
  • And of course that spells pork - big, juicy, fat gobbets of pork.
  • There's nothing that gets this nation going quite like a juicy sports scandal.
  • But it is worth these drawbacks because it has a superb wild forest strawberry flavour, juicy and sweet. The Sun
  • Simmer for a few minutes until thick and juicy rather than wet, and stir the spinach. Times, Sunday Times
  • What was really giving the papers a thrill, and filling their pages, was the juicy political-financial scandal just breaking in Japan.
  • There were bananas in large bunches, juicy oranges and trusses of grapes.
  • Simmer for about 5 minutes until the sultanas have absorbed most of the liquid and are plump and juicy. Times, Sunday Times
  • I'll make sure to tell you all the juicy details of where, when, and how long we snogged once we're done.
  • The meat was tender and juicy.
  • Just when Fletcher thought he had caught a big, fat juicy fish, it would give a flip of the tail and disappear into the murk.
  • Juicy mangoes are one of our most delectable delights.
  • The plate contained a large slice of peach cobbler, with the juicy slices of golden peaches oozing from beneath a golden brown crust.
  • In Aesop, the Fox espies a juicy bunch of grapes and leaps ­repeatedly at the overhanging vine. Children's Books
  • Beurré Bedford is a large very juicy firm fleshed pear.
  • One looked especially juicy, compressed to just under a gigaflop and backed up in three separate locations.
  • Large, juicy flakes of fish are what appeal here.
  • I remember that Frank was impressed by the world-class knowledge and skill of the Soviet poultrymen, but he said their chickens didn't grow to be as plump and juicy as ours because their diets didn't include enough protein. The Perdue Chicken Cookbook
  • The mussels should be plump, juicy and taste of the sea. Times, Sunday Times
  • You share a juicy bit of gossip. Times, Sunday Times
  • They are generally larger than clingstones with a firmer, less juicy texture but still with a sweet taste.
  • Beef and chicken souvlaki are first-rate kebabs, with appealingly scorched edges and juicy interiors.
  • I imagine them in an eight by six metre space glowing ripe and juicy, dusted with a sprinkling of rain.
  • When our meat-eating friends come to stay, they look forward to a succulent roasted rack of lamb, a juicy game pie, or an aromatic lamb moussaka.
  • It is delicious in salads of onion, tomato and juicy black olives, sprinkled with fresh oregano.
  • The result is a ripe, juicy, all-purpose Chardonnay with a fine, buttery finish.
  • I appreciated the juicy, freshly cut limes, attentive service and some of the speciality items on the menu.
  • I like my steak burnt to a cinder on the outside and blood red and juicy inside.
  • The careful historian soon learns that juicy stories often have to be jettisoned when sources prove unreliable. Times, Sunday Times
  • Reporters need to feel "oppositional" to both parties, a thorn in the side of office holders everywhere, but they also love a juicy story their rivals don't have, and they have a weakness for the inside-dopester, savvy style. Jay Rosen: Yahoos Within the GOP Coalition Challenged on their Media Think
  • And Juicy, a newish LA-based casualwear label favoured by actresses and singers, sold out of their candy-coloured velveteen suits in a matter of weeks.
  • Peel, finely chop and crush the garlic with a generous pinch of salt to make a juicy pulp. Times, Sunday Times
  • There's the tabloid variety trash filled with the juicy details of the latest break-ups and make-ups.
  • Sprinkle with a little salt and crush to a juicy paste. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is not only mobile-phone masts that offer juicy yields. Times, Sunday Times
  • Large, juicy flakes of fish are what appeal here.
  • Meat should-be tender and juicy. Cover pheasant with aluminum foil and let rest in a warm place.
  • Ten years ago, most of Australia's wines were in-your-face monsters, with ripe juicy fruit and shedloads of oak.
  • Snack times are juicy snails and slugs, with woodlice for dessert.
  • A water-resistant coating, added later, helps the container keep its strength and shape when it's filled with a hot, juicy cheeseburger or creamy pasta alfredo leftovers, for example.
  • She brought two bags full of kosher food: grape juice to make Kiddush, challahs, a virtual smorgasbord of goodies, and - this was Texas, after all - a juicy, kosher steak.
  • Served warm, the big, fat, juicy peppers, courgettes and aubergines had a breath of garlic and were consumed with great gusto.
  • Imagine eating a crisp, juicy slice of watermelon on a hot summer's day and receiving great health benefits at the same time!
  • In the space of an hour, an astonishing 40,000 of the winged bloodsuckers will land on an unprotected arm, putting the average juicy hillwalker in line to receive a potential 11 bites a second.
  • Enliven dark, wet January nights by dishing up a spicy stir-fry washed down with this wonderful, grapey, citrussy Aussie white whose juicy fruit is heavy on lime and lemon zest.
  • The growth was funded at subpar levels, barely juicy enough to tempt the cash-starved universities.
  • Tuck into this hearty, inky, curranty red, with a juicy steak. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the usual fashion (I ought rather to say, in what was then the usual fashion), the offices and house-serfs 'huts surrounded the manorial house on all sides, and the garden was close to it -- a small garden, but containing fine fruit-trees, juicy apples, and pipless pears. A Desperate Character and Other Stories
  • References: la poubelle (f) = garbage can; plum (just in case, and for the French readers on this list, "plum" is English and the informal of "plumb" -- nothing to do with the juicy fruit) = completely; la clé (f) = key; le clavier (m) = keyboard French Word-A-Day:
  • Right out of the bottle, the nose is a little taut and doesn't offer much, but with a little coaxing, bright, fresh aromas of juicy pear citrus and sweet basil emerge. Long Island Dines
  • If you dont cooperate with the police in the early stages of a crime story, theyll cold-cock you later, just when everything is getting juicy. Dancing with Werewolves
  • There is deep satisfaction to be had in spending a couple of hours picking punnets full of ripe, juicy fruit.
  • I stuff the cavity with juicy lemon wedges, garlic and parsley.
  • He is, however, a damn good writer, who can easily cram a juicy epic into a thin sliver of a book: in this case, a 50-page worth Situation. The Surreal Office
  • She bit into a ripe juicy pear.
  • When our turn came we helped ourselves to piles of rocket and Parmesan, salami and Parma ham, slices of buffalo mozzarella interleaved with juicy, ripe tomatoes and a couple of portions of saltimbocca.
  • Kagome has collaborated with Starbucks in Japan to bring "be juicy! " to the table... a fruit drink made with mango, orange, apple, banana and lemon.
  • The tender, juicy asparagus provides a counterpoint to the fried food.
  • The mussels should be plump, juicy and taste of the sea. Times, Sunday Times
  • Easy to mix and shape patties can be pan-fried or grilled until browned and juicy inside.
  • Juice drippings from your food can pool in these materials and create flare-ups, which means you'll likely be eating charred dry things, not juicy grilled food.
  • It is then served with a celeriac purée that goes so well with the rich, warmly spiced pudding, the juicy fish and the crisp prosciutto that it could be an idea straight from Heaven after all.
  • I like my steaks to be tender, juicy, and full of flavour.
  • Waves of aromas and flavours of cigar boxes, ripe juicy blackcurrants and spice all harmoniously integrate with perfumed French oak and are threaded with firm acidity.
  • As for the delicate and juicy meat of bamboo shoot has already become the belly thing.
  • Eating a warm juicy peach in the garden is as good as being in the best restaurant in the world. The Sun
  • Juicy peaches are a delicious highlight in August.
  • The crisp, juicy little tubers bring up to $40 a pound, retail, and enhance any salad, stir-fry or sauté.
  • I am sure we all know stories of anglers who have caught good fish on manky bait, but it is the exception; big juicy baits that ooze scent and look good enough to eat are what is required for cod.
  • Smoked fish is now eaten all year round - but juicy kippers, smoked Finnan haddock or delicious Arbroath smokies are still especially tempting round about now.
  • Also he ate a little of the bread he had brought with him; and with it some of a brisk juicy herb, called samphire, that sprouted richly in the cliff, which gave his meat an aromatic savour; and with a drink of fresh spring water he dined well, and was content; then he climbed within the cave, and fell asleep to the sound of the wind buffeting in the cliff, and the fall of great waves on the sea beaches. Paul the Minstrel and Other Stories Reprinted from The Hill of Trouble and The Isles of Sunset
  • The mushroom is best: woodsy, browned and juicy.
  • I can't imagine life without a juicy roast beef dinner on a Sunday, or the occasional cheeseburger.
  • Eating a warm juicy peach in the garden is as good as being in the best restaurant in the world. The Sun
  • He does exceptionally good figure work (full figured?) with a perfectly spartan but juicy brushwork and fairly unfettered backgrounds ... everything I do NOT do ... hmmm .. MIND MELD: Recent SF/F/H Book Covers That Blow Us Away
  • MEAT - Natural texture, Easier to slice, Improved shelf life, More juicy, Less bursting and syneresis FoodNavigator RSS
  • For dessert, feed your sweetheart cherries on the stem, red grapes on the vine or juicy strawberries.
  • The flesh is a little coarse, very juicy, sprightly, subacid, and desirable for either dessert or culinary uses.
  • The crispy phyllo pastry that housed the veggie pie provided perfect textural contrast to the pasty sweet potato, which was oh-so-sweetly lubricated by a juicy tomato-apple relish.
  • He had eaten the young of the fritillary a thousand times during his boyhood; they tasted delicious, juicy and sweet, just as they should. THE BROKEN GOD
  • Peel, finely chop and crush the garlic with a generous pinch of salt to make a juicy pulp. Times, Sunday Times
  • How about corn tortillas layered with spinach and juicy tomatoes, or lasagna studded with colorful veggies?
  • Game birds, mockingbirds, robins, and sparrows enjoy the juicy, sticky red fruits.
  • Slip ductile thin, juicy meat, wei xiang delicious, distinctive flavor.
  • At this time of the year fresh juicy walnuts and cobnuts are available.

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