adjective, cream·i·er, cream·i·est.
- beneficial or profitable: a creamy arrangement for profit sharing.
- slick, facile, or superficial: His later movies are too creamy.
Related formscream·i·ly, adverbcream·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for creaminess
Against the creaminess of the polenta it was just soooo good.Two Chickens, an Old Guitar, and a Group of Strangers: A Life-Changing Feast in Brazil|Annabel Langbein|November 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The creaminess of risotto dotted with chunks of sweet, chewy lobster meat.
Creaminess, childishness, cheapness would always count for most in this strange world of irony and pain.Paths of Judgement|Anne Douglas Sedgwick
American cheeses vary in color, in strength of flavor, in creaminess, and in degree of hardness.Foods and Household Management|Helen Kinne
The creaminess and smoothness so much admired in foreign geneva results chiefly from age.
But for the dinner or supper soup, some richness of flavour and creaminess of substance are pleasing and legitimate.
They breed very true in color and should be free from creaminess.Ducks and Geese|Harry M. Lamon