What is another word for gamy?

67 synonyms found


[ ɡˈe͡ɪmi], [ ɡˈe‍ɪmi], [ ɡ_ˈeɪ_m_i]

The word "gamy" typically refers to a strong, musky odor or taste, particularly in meat. However, there are many synonyms that can also describe this quality, including "wild", "gamey", "earthy", "pungent", "sharp", and "robust". Each of these words conveys a sense of strong, distinctive flavor or aroma that is associated with game meats like venison, boar, or duck. Depending on the context, these synonyms can be used to describe a variety of smells and tastes, from spicy and aromatic to slightly metallic and gamey. Ultimately, these words all convey a sense of bold flavor that is distinct and memorable.

Related words: gamey taste, gamey smell, gamey odor, gamey in taste, gamey in smell, gamy flavor, gamy in flavor

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What are the hypernyms for Gamy?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for gamy?

Gamy is an adjective that refers to the flavor or odor of meat, particularly game meat or wild animals. The antonyms for gamy are generally words that describe the lack of flavor or odor, such as bland, tasteless, or insipid. Other antonyms might include fresh, clean, or mild, which suggest a lack of strong, overpowering flavors or aromas. The word gamy can also have negative connotations, suggesting that the meat is old or spoiled, so antonyms could also include words like fresh, new, or wholesome. Ultimately, the choice of antonyms for gamy will depend on the specific context and the intended meaning.

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Usage examples for Gamy

And because love, even the talk of it, is so gamy on the lips of woman to woman, they lay in bed, heartbeat to heartbeat, the electric pad under her pillow warm to the hurt of Mrs. Samstag's brow, and talked, these two, deep into the stilliness of the hotel night.
"The Vertical City"
Fannie Hurst
He says they increase the gamy flavor of the fish he enjoys so much; and I half believe that Mr. Graham in this indirect and delicate way is still seeking to amuse my father, and so compensate him for his absence.
"His Sombre Rivals"
E. P. Roe
This process makes the flesh firmer if the days continue cool, but if the weather turns mild as the fish are hanging they acquire both a flavour and a smell exceedingly gamy.
"The New North"
Agnes Deans Cameron

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