The quality produced by the sensation of taste. (noun)
A substance used to produce a taste; flavoring. (noun)
A variety of tastes attributed to an object. (noun)
The characteristic quality of something. (noun)
A type of something. (noun)
a term used to name the six types of quarks (top, bottom, strange, charmed, up, and down) or three types of leptons (electron, muon, and tauon). (noun)
To add flavoring to (something). (verb)
Examples of word flavor
One might say, to be sure, that they were a little saltish, and then again, with that exception, there was no remarkable flavor; but that might be the rarity, _not to have any flavor_.
Most spring rolls are known to be delicate in flavor and light/healthy but these must be the bad sheep in the family because they explode in your mouth with intense flavor from the dried shrimp and dipping sauce.
The cumin flavor is very light, so if you like your cumin I'd double it.
"Barbeque Bobs" carries the produce and the difference in flavor is undeniable.
"Oh, Antony the flavor is amazing," Ms. Gregory said of the spicy jam.