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herby

Syllabification: herb·y
Pronunciation: /ˈ(h)ərbē
 
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Definition of herby in English:

adjective (herbier, herbiest)

(Of food or drink) containing or tasting or smelling of herbs.
Example sentences
  • Good Gascon whites are essential summer swiggers as their vibrant, citrusy, herby fruit goes well with or without food.
  • He lifts the lid off the pan to reveal a bubbling, herby stew.
  • I also had to work out what I would cook, so resorted to my collection of those free recipe cards they give out at Sainsbury's and picked a herby pasta thing, the only ingredient of which I already had being olive oil.

Words that rhyme with herby

Araby • tsessebi

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