Noun(1) a plant adapted to arid conditions and characterized by fleshy water-storing tissues that act as water reservoirs
Adjective(1) tender and full of juice
(1) The succulent pork was moist and full of smoke flavor.(2) Because of the scarcity of water and succulent vegetation in the desert, rural gardeners often find everything from skunks to javelina to coyotes nibbling at their crops.(3) With a ready-cooked lobster you might end up with a dry, rubbery texture rather than deliciously succulent meat.(4) The pork was deliciously succulent and tender with a great flavour being imparted from the meat's fat.(5) Three-flavour chicken with rice and vegetables is a good choice, as is the sweet, succulent pork BBQ, also served with a healthy portion of fresh veggies.(6) Lewanna imagined thin, crispy crust smothered in sweet yet savory tomato sauce, warm cheese, pepperoni, and succulent mushrooms.(7) A succulent dish, it was served with a delicate sauce comprising olive oil, garlic and citrus juice.(8) Sporting thin, jagged leaves upon a succulent , fleshy stem, the herb is easily uprooted and replanted due to its shallow root system.(9) The wait for ribs and sliced pork yielded heaping plates of succulent meat dripping in sauce and accompanied by chunky homemade potato salad and hot, crispy fried okra.(10) Armed with a basket each, we soon found delicious, succulent fruit among the straw.(11) The steak was well cooked and suitably dressed in succulent mushrooms with a cheeky pepper sauce to make matters interesting.(12) The plant is succulent with leaves in tight rosettes more or less four centimetres or more across in diameter.(13) There were sizzling sausages, succulent bacon and delicious free-range eggs, but they were placed on English muffins and drizzled with a light bÔö£┬«chamel sauce.(14) For example, thick, waxy, succulent leaves indicate arid environments in which the plant must conserve water.(15) Lili's salad, by contrast, was delicious: the slivers of chicken tender and tasty, and perfectly complemented by the succulent slices of mango.(16) The seafood primi are tasty, and the walnut cake is positively succulent .
1. juicy ::
2. moist ::
3. luscious ::
4. ripe ::
5. soft ::
6. tender ::
7. choice ::
8. mouthwatering ::
9. appetizing ::
10. tasty ::
11. delicious ::
12. scrumptious ::
Different Formssucculent, succulents
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