syrupy


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syr·up·y

(sir'ŭ-pē),
Relating to syrup; of the consistency of syrup.
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However, confectioners in Kolkata are not willing to give up and even willing to go to court over the origin of the syrupy sweet.
The syrupy drink left her unable to move and her mouth felt numb CROWN COURT downpatrick yesterday
The finale is another cover, of Suicide's Dream Baby Dream, which doesn't fare as well, syrupy strings and drum loops replacing the post-punk duo's gutter drone.
Flavor is coffee and a little chocolate, with a really thick, syrupy mouthfeel.
Bring to the boil, then simmer briskly until reduced and the liquid is almost syrupy.
Turn up the heat a little, then simmer for 15 mins until softened and surrounded by a syrupy sauce.
To keep the rhubarb from freezing into tooth-breaking fruity ice cubes, I stewed it with plenty of sugar, turning it into a syrupy compote.
Bring to the boil, then simmer for five minutes or until syrupy.
Firstly you need to reduce down the mulled wine to one quarter so it starts to get syrupy, then with the apples, pears and quince you need to peel, cut in half through the stalk, then cut each half into four though the stalk, removing the core so you get a kind of half moon shape.
Pour in the Grand Marnier and orange juice - this will make the caramel harden, so just simmer on a low heat, stirring, until it''s dissolved to a syrupy consistency.
That whinygirl voice, those syrupy songs, it's a fate worse than death
But feel the nostalgia, which drips from this ad like syrupy concentrate.