Sentence examples for succulent from high-quality English sources.

  • Cacti are succulent perennial plants.

  • Then you transfer the fish to the oven for an even finish and succulent flesh.

  • Succulent and rich, these absurdly steak-like chunks of marinated seitan could fool plenty of carnivores.

  • This whole chicken is marinated in spices before being roasted to a juicy, succulent dish served with spicy potatoes.

  • Succulent plants of the desert regions (e.g., cacti) also initially fix CO2 into oxaloacetate.

  • Popularly, however, the term is restricted to the ripened ovaries that are sweet and either succulent or pulpy.

  • Using a pressure cooker keeps the ham moist and succulent, and finishing it in the oven gives it a lovely shiny glaze.

  • Stewing or casseroling pork, either on the hob or in the oven, produces a rich, flavoursome dish with succulent, tender meat.

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  • For starters, there's a generous list of carpaccios, with marinated Adriatic fish or salmon among the most-succulent choices.

  • AIRY croissants, rich chocolate-chip biscuits, wedges of succulent cake—the goods at the City Bakery, in Manhattan, look delicious.

  • Joel sells to the world's top chefs and today Rachel is looking for succulent beetroot for her superb lentil and goat's cheese salad.

  • Many desert plants, such as stoneplants (Lithops; Aizoaceae) and aloe (Aloe; Asphodelaceae), develop succulent leaves for water storage.

  • Migrations of plains zebras to succulent pastures during the rainy season are a feature of the Serengeti Plains and the Etosha National Park in Africa.

  • A whole breast of veal is a succulent, fatty, tender magnificence to enjoy, at any time, but especially so when you have holiday turkey and ham fatigue.

  • Asparagus (Asparagus officinalis; Asparagaceae) is a perennial plant cultivated for its succulent green cladodes that arise from underground stems called crowns.

  • Thorn woodland displays a predominance of xerophytic, sometimes succulent or semisucculent trees, such as acacia, Commiphora (the myrrh tree), or Boscia (an evergreen hard-leaved tree).

succulent sentence examples

  • Several succulent plants of the Asclepiadoideae subfamily, such as Hoodia, Huernia, and carrion flower (Stapelia), produce odours that are offensive to humans but attract pollinating flies.

  • A delicious double option: downstairs there's the tapas bar, with temptations such as patatas bravas, Galician octopus and cuttlefish with meatballs, while upstairs you'll find the restaurant, which serves succulent fish and entrecots.

  • Sitting in one of Dubrovnik's charming old town alleyways, just off the main thoroughfare of Stradun, Proto Fish Restaurant attracts thousands of visitors each year with their succulent seafood, beautiful setting and faultless reputation.

  • There are two broad categories of fruits: fleshy fruits, in which the pericarp and accessory parts develop into succulent tissues, as in eggplants, oranges, and strawberries; and dry fruits, in which the entire pericarp becomes dry at maturity.

succulent


  • noun plant

    - a plant adapted to arid conditions and characterized by fleshy water-storing tissues that act as water reservoirs


  • adj all

    - tender and full of juice

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  • 2 sentence examples for succulent from New York Times
  • 4 sentence examples for succulent from Timeout
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  • 1 sentence examples for succulent from The Economist
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  • • Relevant word or phrase for succulent is lush

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