- a hardy plant, Allium sativum, of the amaryllis family whose strongly, pungent bulb is used in cookery and medicine.
- any of various other plants of the genus Allium.
- the bulb of such a plant, consisting of smaller bulbs, or cloves, used in cooking, sometimes in the form of a powder or flakes.
- the flavor or smell of this bulb.
- cooked, flavored, or seasoned with garlic: garlic bread; garlic salt.
- of or relating to garlic.
Origin of garlic
Examples from the Web for garlicky
Contemporary Examples of garlicky
This is, after all, the country of sautéed snails, force-fed geese, garlicky frog legs and horse tartare.U.S. Wants Freedom from ‘Filthy’ French Cheese
Alice Guilhamon, Christopher Dickey
July 20, 2013
POTATOES DAUPHINOISE These creamy, garlicky potatoes are real comfort food and the perfect match with the lamb.Perfect Valentine’s Day Feast
February 13, 2012
Garlicky Creamy Spinach Dip by Dave Lieberman The chef and TV host offers a fresh approach to dipping.What to Eat
July 14, 2009
Historical Examples of garlicky
Avoid buying it; you can easily tell it by the garlicky smell.Miss Leslie's New Cookery Book
I'll take care of that gladly, to get you out of this garlicky ruin.The Drums Of Jeopardy
There was a cheerful, mouth-watering smell of cookery on the air, a garlicky smell, with now and then a whiff of spicy wood smoke.A Yankee in the Trenches
R. Derby Holmes
The earliest signs are a garlicky taste in the mouth and pain in the throat and stomach.Aids to Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
W. G. Aitchison Robertson
As for the garlicky loves of the singer they care not one jot whether he loves or not.The Secret Life
- containing or resembling the taste or odour of garlic
- a hardy widely cultivated Asian alliaceous plant, Allium sativum, having a stem bearing whitish flowers and bulbils
- the bulb of this plant, made up of small segments (cloves) that have a strong odour and pungent taste and are used in cooking
- (as modifier)a garlic taste
- any of various other plants of the genus Allium