What is another word for yeasty?

168 synonyms found


[ jˈiːsti], [ jˈiːsti], [ j_ˈiː_s_t_i]

Yeasty is an adjective that refers to anything containing or resembling yeast. Some synonyms for yeasty include foamy, frothy, bubbly, fermenting, and effervescing. Other synonyms that can be used to describe yeast include puffy, fluffy, light, airy, and spongy. Yeast is often used in the production of bread, beer, and other alcoholic beverages, and synonyms for the word yeasty can be used to describe the properties of these products. Yeast is also used in medicine to treat certain infections, and synonyms for yeasty can be used to describe the characteristics of these medications. Overall, synonyms for yeasty include words that imply fermentation, lightness, and airiness.

Related words: yeast, baker's yeast, wine yeast, yeast infection, sourdough starter, yeast infections

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

    What are the opposite words for yeasty?

    The antonyms for the word "yeasty" can include a range of terms, from dry to bland, to tasteless. These adjectives convey the opposite of the lively, active quality inherent in yeasty substances, such as bread dough or beer. For instance, when describing a bread that lacks in yeast, one might use terms such as flat or dense, while if referring to an unexciting flavor or aroma, one might opt for mild or uninteresting. By using these antonyms, one can effectively communicate both the absence of and the negative connotation associated with yeasty qualities, whether in food or other contexts.

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    Usage examples for Yeasty

    But the east winds blow; and the shoals are a yeasty mass of tumbling breakers.
    "Ways of Wood Folk"
    William J. Long
    They drove their oars into the yeasty waves again with strength renewed.
    "Grenfell: Knight-Errant of the North"
    Fullerton Waldo
    At one moment his little brown head would rise on the crest of a streaked, yeasty wave, the rope still in the white teeth-and then as the wave curled and broke he would be plunged to the bottom of the trough and they would lose sight of him.
    "Grenfell: Knight-Errant of the North"
    Fullerton Waldo

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