What is another word for tang?

247 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ tˈaŋ], [ tˈaŋ], [ t_ˈa_ŋ]

There are many different words you can use in place of "tang" to describe a sharp, striking flavor or scent. Some common synonyms for this word include zing, zest, piquancy, bite, kick, spice, sharpness, and tanginess. These words can be used to describe a wide range of flavors and aromas, from the hot, peppery taste of a spicy dish to the sour, acidic flavor of a citrus fruit. Whether you are trying to describe a particular food or simply looking for a more interesting way to talk about taste and scent, these synonyms for "tang" can help you add some variety and depth to your writing.

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What are the opposite words for tang?

Tang is a word that can have different meanings depending on the context. However, some of its antonyms could be bland, tasteless, insipid, and flat. These words suggest a lack of flavor or excitement that is typically associated with tang. Other antonyms for tang could be apathy, indifference, and disinterest, which describe a lack of enthusiasm or engagement. Conversely, some synonyms for tang include zest, punch, piquancy, and kick, which suggest a strong and invigorating taste or sensation. Overall, the antonyms for tang highlight the absence or opposite of its defining qualities and can be useful for describing contrasting flavors, emotions, or experiences.

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Usage examples for Tang

tang, tong, teng, tung, ting!
"The Danvers Jewels, and Sir Charles Danvers"
Mary Cholmondeley
tang dynasty, 28, 44 Taochung iron mine, 234 Taoism, 43, 187 ff.
"The Problem of China"
Bertrand Russell
tang signifies Anglo-Saxon "thatch," from Sea Weed having been formerly used instead of straw to cover the roofs of houses.
"Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure"
William Thomas Fernie

Famous quotes with Tang

  • I would say old school cats like Redman and Wu-tang. My style is my style, those are just cats that I liked.
    Obie Trice
  • A widow is a fascinating being with the flavor of maturity, the spice of experience, the piquancy of novelty, the tang of practiced coquetry, and the halo of one man's approval.
    Helen Rowland
  • Aren’t we all, in one way or another, trying to find a solution to the problem of reality? If I get this job, this girl, this guy, these shoes. If I pass this exam, eat this pizza, drink this booze, go on this holiday. Learn karate, learn yoga. If West Ham stay up, if my dick stays up, if I get more likes on Facebook, more fancy cookbooks, a better kitchen, cure this itchin’, if she stops bitching. Isn’t there always some kind of condition to contentment? Isn’t it always placed in the future, wrapped up in some object, either physical or ideological? I know for me it is, and as an addict that always leads me to excess and then to trouble. Do you feel like that? Are you looking for something? It’s not just me, is it? Do you sometimes feel afraid, self-conscious, lonely, not good enough? I mean, you’re reading this, so you must want to change something. Don’t leave me out on a limb, all vulnerable and exposed. Are you reading this on a yacht, through your Ray-Bans with, I dunno, a pair of glistening Russian sisters and a gob oozing with lobster juice as the sun shines down on you and the sisters smile up at you? And even if you are, especially if you are, is it working, behind the salty tang and priapic pang, is it real, is it real, is it like God is holding your hand?
    Russell Brand
  • What puzzles me most is your criticism that he showed 'no sense of engagement'. I haven't met the expression before, and feel bound to comment on its totalitarian tang. Engagement not with the truth as the speaker apprehends it, but with the alleged opinion of the majority of listeners.
    E. M. Forster
  • Family quarrels have a total bitterness unmatched by others. Yet it sometimes happens that they also have a kind of tang, a pleasantness beneath the unpleasantness, based on the tacit understanding that this is not for keeps; that any limb you climb out on will still be there later for you to climb back.
    Mignon McLaughlin

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