waxiness

[ UK /wˈæksinəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. the quality of being made of wax or covered with wax
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How To Use waxiness In A Sentence

  • Mature leaves, which have had time to develop physical attributes such as toughness and waxiness, require only the protection conferred by the imino acids Chapter 7
  • The attributes of waxiness or flouriness are also influenced by the growing conditions, and by the age of the tuber.
  • The flavour, only medium full, does not lack substance, and exhibits waxiness and spice.
  • You could easily mistake it for a magnolia except for the waxiness and light bloom of the new foliage. Times, Sunday Times
  • Leaf waxiness differs with leaf type - juvenile foliage is waxy, whereas adult foliage is not.
  • The potatoes had the furry waxiness and real flavour you only get from the great heritage varieties that have been boiled in their skins.
  • For me, waxiness is often the problem. Times, Sunday Times
  • The potatoes - doubtless La Ratte or Pink Fir - had the furry waxiness and real flavour you only get from the great heritage varieties that have been boiled in their skins.
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