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Another word for flavoring

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Noun
  1. A substance that imparts taste

      1. Something that adds zest or interest:
      2. Any of several vegetable substances, as cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg, or pepper, used to season food; spices are usually dried for use and have distinctive flavors and aromas
      3. A spicy fragrance or aroma
      1. The act or process by which something is seasoned.
      2. A coat of burnt soot inside a cooking vessel, which has formed over repeated use, and which renders the surface non sticking.
      3. (Cooking) Something used to add taste or flavour to food, such as a condiment, herb or spice.
      1. One that uses seasonings:
      2. Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
      1. (Archaic) An odor; smell; aroma
      2. Any substance added to a food, medicine, etc. to give it a particular taste; flavoring
      3. Distinctive taste; savor:
      1. A seasoning or relish for food
      2. A substance, such as a relish, vinegar, or spice, used to flavor or complement food.
      3. Anything added to a prepared food, often, specif., to a sandwich, to add flavor, as ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, onions, pickles, etc.
    See also:

    taste

Another word for flavoring

Noun
      1. A seasoned, often acidic liquid mixture in which food is marinated, or soaked, usually to flavor and prepare it for cooking.
      2. A spiced pickling solution, esp. a mixture of oil, wine or vinegar, and spices, in which meat, fish, etc. is steeped, often before cooking
      1. A pickled condiment, as for use on hot dogs or hamburgers, usually consisting of finely chopped pickled cucumbers with spices, sugar, vinegar, etc.
      2. Distinctive or characteristic flavor
      3. An appetizing flavor; pleasing taste
      1. Manure or other fertilizing material for soil.
      2. That which is used to dress something, as manure applied to soil, or medicines and bandages applied to wounds
      3. A sauce as for salads
      1. A flavored syrup used as a topping, as on ice cream
      2. Stewed fruit, usually served with other foods.
      3. A liquid or soft mixture served with food to add flavor or enhance its general appeal
      1. A seasoning or relish for food
      2. A substance, such as a relish, vinegar, or spice, used to flavor or complement food.
      3. Anything added to a prepared food, often, specif., to a sandwich, to add flavor, as ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, onions, pickles, etc.
      1. A substance added in small amounts to something else to improve, strengthen, or otherwise alter it. Additives are used for a variety of reasons. They are added to food, for example, to enhance taste or color or to prevent spoilage. They are added to gasoline to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases, and to plastics to enhance molding capability.
      1. The most nearly perfect or most typical manifestation of a quality or thing
      2. A form of dark energy due to a hypothetical scalar field that permeates all space, the energy density of which varies across space and time, in contrast to the cosmological constant.
      3. In ancient and medieval philosophy, the fifth and highest essence after the four elements of earth, air, fire, and water, thought to be the substance of the heavenly bodies and latent in all things.
      1. A distilling; specif., the process of first heating a mixture to separate the more volatile from the less volatile parts, and then cooling and condensing the resulting vapor so as to produce a more nearly pure or refined substance
      2. The evaporation and subsequent collection of a liquid by condensation as a means of purification:
      3. The extraction of the volatile components of a mixture by the condensation and collection of the vapors that are produced as the mixture is heated:
      1. A distinctive yet intangible quality felt to be characteristic of a given thing:
      2. Any substance added to a food, medicine, etc. to give it a particular taste; flavoring
      3. Distinctive taste; savor:
      1. Any seed plant whose stem withers away to the ground after each season's growth, as distinguished from a tree or shrub whose woody stem lives from year to year
      2. A plant whose stem does not produce woody, persistent tissue and generally dies back at the end of each growing season.
      3. Any of various often aromatic plants used especially in medicine or as seasoning.
      1. Such substances collectively or as a material
      2. A spicy fragrance or aroma
      3. Any of several vegetable substances, as cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg, or pepper, used to season food; spices are usually dried for use and have distinctive flavors and aromas
      1. The act or process by which something is seasoned.
      2. A coat of burnt soot inside a cooking vessel, which has formed over repeated use, and which renders the surface non sticking.
      3. (Cooking) Something used to add taste or flavour to food, such as a condiment, herb or spice.
      1. Something extracted, especially:
      2. A concentrated preparation of the essential constituents of a food, flavoring, or other substance; a concentrate:
      3. A concentrated form, whether solid, viscid, or liquid, of a food, flavoring, etc.
      1. The intrinsic or indispensable quality or qualities that serve to characterize or identify something:
      2. An extract that has the fundamental properties of a substance in concentrated form.
      3. A substance that keeps, in concentrated form, the flavor, fragrance, or other properties of the plant, drug, food, etc. from which it is extracted; essential oil