acidy

[ as-i-dee ]
/ ˈæs ɪ di /

adjective

of the nature of or resembling acid; sharp; sour: an acidy taste.

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Origin of acidy

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Example sentences from the Web for acidy

  • It is frequently declared that some of these coffees are often acidy enough to sour cream if used straight.

    All About Coffee|William H. Ukers
  • This produces a soft mushy cheese which sometimes is "acidy" or sour.

    The Book of Cheese|Charles Thom and Walter Warner Fisk