[ UK /tˈæŋi/ ]
  1. tasting sour like a lemon
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How To Use tangy In A Sentence

  • Fish is happy with a host of zesty whites, juicy pinks and light, tangy reds. Times, Sunday Times
  • The pizza tasted much better than it looked, tangy tomato paste, nice, moist pan-style dough.
  • The stalks grow pale and wide, the flavour mellow yet powerful and tangy. Times, Sunday Times
  • Rolled out from semolina flour and local eggs, and layered with tangy tomato sauce and winy beef short ribs, the dish is served in a portion that suggests it be shared. Tom Sietsema on Casa Nonna: Latest Italian offering lands in Dupont Circle
  • Istria is planted with around 3,000 hectares of Malvazija, a white grape variety that, in the case of western Istria producer Roxanich, produces a white wine with a copper gold color, an unusual nose with notes of marzipan, a slight sherried character and a tangy minerality. Discovering Classic Croatia
  • The octopus was tender and tangy, with a savour of the sea.
  • Within the bounds of goat's milk there are so many flavours, ranging anywhere from sweet and tangy to just plain stinky.
  • We've replaced the buttery mascarpone with fresh, tangy cheese made from nonfat yogurt.
  • Without a cold biting, nothing is tangy incense.
  • The bodies of iron sulfide nodules in the Olentangy Shale are composed of fine-grained pyrite, and their surfaces are frequently covered with tabular crystals of marcasite.
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