Anything with triple cream—fat, fat, and more fat—the succulence of it all!
Ultimately, the success of a memorable piece of chicken lies in its succulence.
Sweetness and succulence result from high culture in rich, mellow soil.
Jackal and fox must be dry and hard, but the stew-pot may reduce them to succulence.
By keeping the meat whole, you will better preserve the succulence of it.
Of their tenderness, succulence, and delicacy of flavour there can be no question.
Corn ensilage is without a rival in providing winter succulence for cows.
In the second place, there is no loss of succulence and hardly any of flavor.
Of its succulence I must leave you to judge when you shall gather your first harvest.
There may the wild turkey be seen, in all the perfection of size, succulence, and savour.
Any of various plants having fleshy leaves or stems that store water. Cacti and the jade plant are succulents. Succulents are usually adapted to drier environments and display other characteristics that reduce water loss, such as waxy coatings on leaves and stems, fewer stomata than occur on other plants, and stout, rounded stems that minimize surface area.