adjective, sour·er, sour·est.
verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
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Example sentences from the Web for sour
Look for rustic flavors of blueberry, sour cherry and wild sage, with a hint of “lifted” aromas that curl up from the glass.This chianti will put you under the Tuscan sun and ground you with earthy flavors, too|Dave McIntyre|January 15, 2021|Washington Post
Ketchup helps to create the perfect sauce for sweet and sour chicken that you can make at home.The secret ingredient in these 5 recipes? Ketchup!|Kari Sonde|January 14, 2021|Washington Post
It may be how these three interact in ways that help our brains taste the perfect, puckering sweet and sour of lemonade.
It needs the brain to take chemical signals from food and turn them into what we sense as sweet and sour.
The war, he’d said, had soured him on the idea that anything good could come from humans and left him feeling unsafe and alone.Near the end of life, my hospice patient had a ghostly visitor who altered his view of the world|Scott Janssen|January 2, 2021|Washington Post
“The milk should be sour that is supped so sourly,” she said.
“You may long for death ere I have done with you,” Lycabetta whispered, sourly.
"I will stay alive so that I can bail thee out of prison," his father informed him, sourly.The Landloper|Holman Day
Through a barred window the wondering warden sourly watched the crawling, tottery figure.The Escape of Mr. Trimm|Irvin S. Cobb
"Lest he take thee for one of his runaway jackanapes," answered the steward, smiling sourly.The Abbot|Sir Walter Scott