Definition of Astringently. Meaning of Astringently. Synonyms of Astringently

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Definition of Astringently

Astringently
Astringently As*trin"gent*ly, adv. In an astringent manner.

Meaning of Astringently from wikipedia

- An astringent (sometimes called adstringent) is a chemical that shrinks or constricts body tissues. The word derives from the Latin adstringere, which...
- Astringent is a taste that puckers the mouth, numbs the tongue, and constricts the throat. This taste is caused by astringents such as tannins. The astringent...
- persimmon fruit: astringent and non-astringent. The heart-shaped Hachiya is the most common variety of astringent persimmon. Astringent persimmons contain...
- ISBN 978-92-871-6156-7. "Code of Federal Regulations; Title 21, Sec. 347.52 Labeling of astringent drug products; (3) For products containing witch hazel". US Food and Drug...
- (named originally after Sharon Plain in Israel) is a trade name for non-astringent D. kaki fruit.[citation needed] Similar in shape to an apple tree, the...
- applied to younger wines, while bouquet is reserved for more aged wines. Astringent: An overly tannic white wine. Autolytic: Aroma of "yeasty" or acacia-like...
- role for Horrible Bosses 2 (2014). In Cake (2014), Aniston starred as an astringent woman named Claire Simmons who struggles with chronic pain. The film received...
- plain. Among the Indian subcontinent's notable indigenous trees are the astringent Azadirachta indica, or neem, which is widely used in rural Indian herbal...
- /ˈkætɪtʃuː/) is an extract of acacia trees used variously as a food additive, astringent, tannin, and dye. It is extracted from several species of Acacia, but...
- branches bearing the fruits. The taste of Indian emblic is sour, bitter and astringent, and it is quite fibrous. In the Buddhist tradition, half an amalaka fruit...
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