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Flavoured vs. Flavour

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Flavouredadjective

(British spelling) Having a specific taste, often due to the addition of flavouring.

‘This is only grape flavoured soda, the flavouring is artificial; real grape juice tastes much richer.’;

Flavournoun

standard spelling of from=British spelling

‘The flavour of this apple pie is delicious.’; ‘Flavour was added to the pudding.’; ‘What flavour of bubble gum do you enjoy?’; ‘the flavour of an experience’; ‘Debian is one flavour of the Linux operating system.’;

Flavouredverb

simple past tense and past participle of flavour

Flavourverb

standard spelling of from=British spelling

Flavoured

same as flavored; - of foods.

Flavourverb

same as flavor, v. and n..

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Flavouredadjective

having been given flavor (as by seasoning)

Flavournoun

the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people;

‘the feel of the city excited him’; ‘a clergyman improved the tone of the meeting’; ‘it had the smell of treason’;

Flavournoun

(physics) the kinds of quarks and antiquarks

Flavournoun

the taste experience when a savoury condiment is taken into the mouth

Flavourverb

lend flavor to;

‘Season the chicken breast after roasting it’;

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