adjective, fruit·i·er, fruit·i·est.
- fruits ye shall know them, by their,
Origin of fruity
Examples from the Web for fruity
There is no better thing on a Sunday afternoon than a fruity, molten, crunchy crumble.The Barefoot Contessa Knows How To Make Us Crumble|Ina Garten|November 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Most ciders have gotten a bad rap as being too sweet and fruity.
Sure, Fruity Pebbles doesn't necessarily conjure up warm holiday memories.Coca –Cola, M&M’s, & More Classic Holiday Commercials (VIDEO)|Brittany Jones-Cooper|December 22, 2011|DAILY BEAST
So good: Fruity with a little cream and a nut-flavored tart shell.
When blended properly, olive oil is deliciously rich, fruity, creamy, nutty, and complex.
This is the commonest and the most beautiful of the whole blessed, flowery, fruity Rubus genus.The Yosemite|John Muir
The Parisians drink sweet and fruity champagne because the good wines are already in their veins.The Beautiful Lady|Booth Tarkington
It looked potent; the cool, shiny leaves, the succulent, pink stems and fruity bloom.The Land of Little Rain|Mary Austin
It tasted of all the penetrating sweet perfumes about her; of the honey-laden breeze, of the fruity sunshine.Meg's Friend|Alice Abigail Corkran
To tell the story of an old city is like cutting down through the various layers of a fruity layer cake.The Old Coast Road|Agnes Rothery