What is another word for creamy?

Pronunciation: [kɹˈiːmi] (IPA)

When it comes to the word "creamy," there are many synonyms that can be used. Some of the most common ones include velvety, smooth, rich, lush, and silky. Each of these words describes something that is soft and silky, just like cream. They also evoke feelings of luxury and indulgence. Other synonyms might include buttery, milky, and annointed. These words all have slightly different connotations, but they all convey a sense of richness and luxury. Whether you're describing food, cosmetics, or even a luxurious fabric, using these words can add something extra to your descriptions and make your writing more memorable and engaging.

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What are the hypernyms for Creamy?

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What are the opposite words for creamy?

Creamy is usually used to describe food that is rich and smooth, often with a thick, comforting texture. Its antonyms, on the other hand, can refer to foods that are thin, watery, or lacking in flavor. Sour, spicy, crunchy, and bland are all antonyms for creamy. Sour usually implies a tangy, acidic taste, whereas spicy references a type of heat or piquancy. Crunchy suggests a texture that is crisp and firm, while bland describes foods that lack flavor or seasoning. Choosing the right antonym for creamy depends on the specific context and the individual tastes of the person consuming the food.

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Usage examples for Creamy

creamy-white eggs, whose larger end is wreathed with brown and lilac spots, are guarded with fierce solicitude.
"Bird-Neighbors"
Blanchan, Neltje
creamy, piquant, with subtle fragrance.
"The Complete Book of Cheese"
Robert Carlton Brown
creamy, tasty, summer Swiss, imitated in Jura, France, and also called Bellelay.
"The Complete Book of Cheese"
Robert Carlton Brown

Famous quotes with Creamy

  • Let's face it, a nice creamy chocolate cake does a lot for a lot of people; it does for me.
    Audrey Hepburn
  • I disagree with Les. We always found good cunt at the Lyceum. Friendly cunt, clean cunt, spare cunt, jeans and knicker stuffed full of nice juicy hairy cunt, handfuls of cunt, palmful grabbing the cunt by the stem, or the root – infantile memories of cunt – backrow slides – slithery oily cunt, the cunt that breathes – the cunt that’s neatly wrapped in cotton, in silk, in nylon, that announces, that speaks or thrusts, that winks that’s squeezed in a triangle of furtive cloth backed by an arse that’s creamy, springy billowy cushiony tight, knicker lined, knicker skinned, circumscribed by flowers and cotton, by views, clinging knicker, juice ridden knicker, hot knicker, wet knicker, swelling vulva knicker, witty cunt, teeth smiling the eyes biting cunt, cultured cunt, culture vulture cunt, finger biting cunt, cunt that pours, cunt that spreads itself over your soft lips, that attacks, cunt that imagines – cunt you dream about, cunt you create as a Melba, a meringue with smooth sides – remembered from school boys’ smelly first cunt, first foreign cunt, amazing cunt – cunt that’s cruel. Cunt that protects itself and makes you want it even more cunt – cunt that smells of the air, of the earth, of bakeries, of old apples, of figs, of sweat of hands of sour yeast of fresh fish cunt. So – are we going Les? We might pick up a bit of crumpet.
    Steven Berkoff
  • "I have been here before," I said; I had been there before; first with Sebastian more than twenty years ago on a cloudless day in June, when the ditches were creamy with meadowsweet and the air heavy with all the scents of summer; it was a day of peculiar splendour, and though I had been there so often, in so many moods, it was to that first visit that my heart returned on this, my latest.
    Evelyn Waugh
  • The big fish tubs are completely lined with layers of beautiful herring scales and the wheelbarrows are similarly plastered with creamy iridescent coats of mail, with small iridescent flies crawling on them.
    Elizabeth Bishop
  • For people like us it is necessary to be a bit stronger, more self-critical, more observant than the usual run. Whether we happen to come already enhanced with these qualities, as some have claimed, or whether our situation invests them in us, we have traditionally - and we do have a long and proud tradition - been a little finer, a little firmer, more sensitive and flexible than others... There will be times when only your own spine can support you, moments when only your own wit can inspire you, days when nothing but exacting self-control can raise you from bed, nights when nothing but your word can impel you into society. But of all these disciplines, there is nothing you must hold to more sternly than to be kind and sympathetic. The easiest armor to put on is always cruelty. That armor will, indeed, see you through everything. Vicious condescension toward those without your strength can make you feel momentarily superior. But that easy armor must be forgone. Don't ever curdle that creamy brow with lines of easy disdain, or curl those lips with a popular sneer. Of all the models available, the one of gentleman in our late war is most succinct Face what you have to face with humor, dignity, and style; protect yourself with knightly grace; have contempt for your own weakness and never encourage it in others; but never, Ralph, never for an instant permit yourself to feel anything other than pity and deepest sympathy for unfortunate comrades who have, after all, fallen in the same battle.
    Robert Patrick (playwright)

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