Adjective "Unflavored" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ʌnˈfleɪvəd/

Definitions and examples

adjective

(of food or drink) not containing additional flavourings.
  1. 'One Halloween a few years back, we attempted to make black shots, using black food dye, unflavored gelatin, and Jagermeister.'
  2. 'They come in various flavours but I prefer using the basic unflavoured ones leaving the natural attraction to work.'
  3. 'Most unflavored soy milks have about 120 calories, but the range is wide.'
  4. 'In a slyly clandestine work, Brazilian artist Cildo Meireles arranged for vendors to sell unflavored popsicles in front of the exhibition venues.'
  5. 'Mix the 3 envelopes of unflavored gelatin in the 1 cup of cold water.'
  6. 'Try it in a sandwich (mash with some light or low-fat mayo or, for a tangy kick, unflavored, non-fat yogurt).'
  7. 'This summer, though, the distillery will release their first traditional, unflavored vodka, completing the backward circle.'
  8. 'In the Hebrides, on the other hand, unflavoured whey seems to have been the favourite beverage, known as ‘bland’.'
  9. 'Packaged in small sachets or pouches, these 30-minute marinades come flavoured or unflavoured.'
  10. 'Even chocolate milk supplies some calcium, though not as much as unflavored milk.'

Definitions

noun

1. taste, especially the distinctive taste of something as it is experienced in the mouth.

2. a substance or extract that provides a particular taste; flavoring.

3. the characteristic quality of a thing: He captured the flavor of the experience in his book.

4. a particular quality noticeable in a thing: language with a strong nautical flavor.

5. Physics. any of the six labels given to the distinct kinds of quark: up, down, strange, charm, bottom, and top.

6. Archaic. smell, odo

Origin

(flavor)