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creamy

[ kree-mee ]
/ ˈkri mi /
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adjective, cream·i·er, cream·i·est.

containing cream.
resembling cream in consistency or taste; soft and smooth.
having a yellowish-white color; cream-colored.
Informal.
  1. beneficial or profitable: a creamy arrangement for profit sharing.
  2. slick, facile, or superficial: His later movies are too creamy.

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Origin of creamy

1425–75; late Middle English. See cream, -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM creamy

cream·i·ly, adverbcream·i·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for creamy

creamy
/ (ˈkriːmɪ) /

adjective creamier or creamiest

resembling cream in colour, taste, or consistency
containing cream

Derived forms of creamy

creamily, adverbcreaminess, noun
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