Definition of 'succulent'
Example sentences containing 'succulent'
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Ah, a goat, how tender, how succulent, how aromatic with herbs and chillies! AT THE STROKE OF TWELVE (1993)She caught the scent of honeysuckle from the gardens, and the succulent richness of damp earth. THE WHITE DOVE (1993)
`Yeah," Ella Jean purred with the contentment of a cat contemplating a particularly succulent mouse. BLACK EAGLES (1993)
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Used Occasionally. succulent is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'succulent'
British English: succulent ADJECTIVE
Succulent food, especially meat or vegetables, is juicy and good to eat.
Cook pieces of succulent chicken with ample garlic and a little sherry.
Definition of succulent from the Collins English Dictionary
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