Definition of beefy in English:

beefy

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Pronunciation: /ˈbiːfi
 
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adjective (beefier, beefiest)

  • 2Tasting like beef.
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    • Beef, while thought of as, well, beefy, is not usually the boldest of meats when roasted.
    • It tastes beefy in every respect: fleshy, brawny and intense.
    • A good texture and quite strong on the seasonings but not hugely beefy.

Derivatives

beefily

adverb
More example sentences
  • Several fans spot him and he trots through the stage door, but not before clasping my hand beefily.
  • Kasarova, here beefily attired in dowdy colours, looks as if she ‘works out’ in the local gym: one is surprised the ugly sisters weren't covered in bruises from her solid left hooks.
  • Bizarrely light for being the richest, tenderest, most beefily flavorful beef ribs I’ve ever had, if I do say so myself.

beefiness

noun
More example sentences
  • Tangy at first but with a hint of robust beefiness.
  • Its like the best beef ever created, only with more beefiness and less stuff that doesn't taste like beef…
  • Once I dumped my preconceptions I was able to appreciate the spare subtlety and deep beefiness of the northern variety.

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