- containing cream.
- resembling cream in consistency or taste; soft and smooth.
- having a yellowish-white color; cream-colored.
- beneficial or profitable: a creamy arrangement for profit sharing.
- slick, facile, or superficial: His later movies are too creamy.
Origin of creamy
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Examples from the Web for creamy
I inquire if I may touch it and find the texture soft and creamy.How to Guest Star in Your Own Life
May 10, 2014
The now creamy polenta was ladled onto the plates, and this most fragrant of deep brown chicken stews spooned on top.Two Chickens, an Old Guitar, and a Group of Strangers: A Life-Changing Feast in Brazil
November 29, 2013
He also has a deep, creamy voice and calm demeanor that completes his fallen-hero facade.‘The Hobbit’: 19 Changes from J.R.R. Tolkien’s Novel to Peter Jackson’s Movie
December 14, 2012
And that, in turn, is what makes for smooth, creamy ice cream.The 2012 Holiday Kitchen Gift Guide
December 13, 2012
Rachel: Favorite is going to be coconut chocolate chip because it was soft and creamy.Amy Poehler Talks to Rachel Dratch About Her Memoir
March 26, 2012
The creamy texture of her skin had flushed to rosiness in the cold fountain.Two Thousand Miles Below
Charles Willard Diffin
The pileus is creamy, with brownish spots, firm, surface dry.The Mushroom, Edible and Otherwise
M. E. Hard
Sorbet should not freeze hard; it should be a creamy liquid and ice cold.Desserts and Salads
She raises her eyes to his and colors richly all through her creamy skin.Molly Bawn
Margaret Wolfe Hamilton
Her child was beautiful, with the creamy fairness of Gueldres, and as pure as the sky.In Kings' Byways
Stanley J. Weyman
- resembling cream in colour, taste, or consistency
- containing cream
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Word Origin and History for creamy
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