Words nearby succulent
Origin of succulent
OTHER WORDS FROM succulentsuc·cu·lence, suc·cu·len·cy, nounsuc·cu·lent·ly, adverbun·suc·cu·lent, adjectiveun·suc·cu·lent·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for succulence
Ultimately, the success of a memorable piece of chicken lies in its succulence.
Anything with triple cream—fat, fat, and more fat—the succulence of it all!
Of their tenderness, succulence, and delicacy of flavour there can be no question.The Art of Entertaining|M. E. W. Sherwood
The apples of the past year are well-nigh gone, and the few that remain have lost their succulence, and are dry and flavorless.
Its high protein content in combination with its succulence pre-eminently adapts it to such a use.Clovers and How to Grow Them|Thomas Shaw
The succulence of Daphne led to experiments on Cyclops—Cyclops is her first cousin—and the taste, once acquired, never left him."Wee Tim'rous Beasties"|Douglas English
Sweetness and succulence result from high culture in rich, mellow soil.