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mouthfeel

Line breaks: mouth|feel
Pronunciation: /ˈmaʊθfil
 
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Definition of mouthfeel in English:

noun

The way an item of food or drink feels in the mouth, as distinct from its taste.
Example sentences
  • Its purpose is to establish a vocabulary for describing the sensations of astringency and mouthfeel in red wines.
  • Compositions and methods for manufacturing a skim or lowfat milk product with increased creaminess, color, mouthfeel, and taste sensations similar to milk with a higher fat content
  • A mouthful of nineteen botanicals (more than any other brand) gives it a complex flavor of fruit and spice and a generous mouthfeel.

Words that rhyme with mouthfeel

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