herby

[ur-bee, hur-bee]

Origin of herby

First recorded in 1545–55; herb + -y1
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Contemporary Examples of herby

  • We love the chicken on a pallet of herby, slightly sweet cornbread dressing, which imbibes all the seeping juices.

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    The Heart and Soul (Food) of Orlando

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    June 8, 2014

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British Dictionary definitions for herby

herby

adjective herbier or herbiest
  1. abounding in herbs
  2. of or relating to medicinal or culinary herbs
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