[ UK /mˈɔ‍ɪstnəs/ ]
  1. a slight wetness
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How To Use moistness In A Sentence

  • Go deep into the jungle with the world's most beautiful women and share the virginal vastness and musky moistness of the Dark Continent.
  • Weakness invaded her as his tongue darted over the fullness of her soft lips, dipped to taste the sweet moistness within.
  • Young kohlrabi are tender enough to eat raw for their crisp moistness or cook briefly; overmature stems are woody. On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen
  • The crispiness of the crusty bread, the crunchiness of toast and the soft, yielding moistness of freshly baked bread are truly three of the wonders of life.
  • There's a moistness to the cake and a welcome salty edge to the marzipan that cuts through the sugariness.
  • I've lowered the fat and increased the flavour, fibre and moistness in these easy-peasy cheesy scones – good for picnics. Dan Lepard's parsley cheese scones recipe
  • The back ribs lack the moistness of the marbling, so the peppery rub cuts a bit harder.
  • I love applesauce in cakes — definitely not in place of fat, but it adds such a nice moistness and tangy flavor. Applesauce Chocolate Layer Cake | Baking Bites
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