having or resembling the taste or colour of a lemon
Australian slang angry or irritable
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How to use lemony in a sentence
The taste is intense, with hard-hitting wormwood flavor and lemony undertones.
Her husband, Daniel Handler, is better known as lemony Snicket, whose series of unfortunate events was made into a film.How We Write (Husband and Wife Edition): Lemony Snicket and Lisa Brown | Noah Charney | January 2, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
I cared less about the words than about seeing Michelle in her awesome lemony dress, looking like sunshine.
Swirl the pan vigorously and turn the beans in the lemony butter.
The Cheddar was a light, lemony-yellow, almost white, like our best domestic "bar cheese" of old.The Complete Book of Cheese | Robert Carlton Brown
It was not yet in flower, but it smelled lemony and fresh even here in London.The Dark Flower | John Galsworthy