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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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adj. - Having a taste like a food obtained by grinding roasted cacao beans that have been freed from germ and shell

Usage examples (33)
  • The stout really was like some kind of chocolaty syrup or ice cream.
  • I 'm not used to sleeping in chocolaty sheets.
  • The result: fluffy, soft, kind of chocolaty, and not-so-scary-looking cupcakes that I can’t resist.
  • The M&Ms are, of course, both crunchy and chocolaty. for more
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