adjective, tart·er, tart·est.
SYNONYMS FOR tart
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Origin of tart1
OTHER WORDS FROM tarttartish, adjectivetart·ish·ly, adverbtartly, adverbtartness, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for tart
As millions of British citizens sat down to enjoy their cakes, tarts, puddings and sweetened tea in the days after Christmas in 1831, one of the primary sources of those sugary delights was burning to the ground.
During “IPHONE,” produced by Dylan Brady of absurdist pop duo 100 gecs, Rico’s Auto-Tuned voice mutates into something outlandishly dense, tart and sweet.Rico Nasty will show you what mischief sounds like|Chris Richards|December 10, 2020|Washington Post
If your gathering is smaller or you’d like to shake up a few cocktails, try the pleasantly tart and lightly spiced Thanksgiving Daiquiri.Thanksgiving appetizer recipes and easy cocktails to start the feast off right|Daniela Galarza, Becky Krystal|November 11, 2020|Washington Post
A dusting of sumac, a tart, deep-red spice common in Middle Eastern cuisine, adds one last punch of flavor.Harissa-glazed turkey legs with sweet potatoes deliver big flavor on a budget|Becky Krystal|November 10, 2020|Washington Post
“It would be considered,” she says tartly, eliciting a laugh from her husband.The Texas Drought Seen Firsthand from the Eyes of Ranchers|Malcolm Jones|August 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Mr Wegg replied, (tartly to this personal inquiry), 'In an accident.'Our Mutual Friend|Charles Dickens
"If you wouldn't always repeat everything you hear other people say, it would be wiser," she responded, tartly.Phases of an Inferior Planet|Ellen Glasgow
"I don't believe he's worse at all," returned Roland, tartly.The Channings|Mrs. Henry Wood
"Can't see any sense in it at all," tartly responded the old gentleman.
"Few will be found to ask for such concession," said the Duke, tartly.Roland Cashel|Charles James Lever