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floury

  
   adj   harinoso
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flour, flurry, four, fury

"floury": examples and translations in context
Variable fungoid smell, fragrant, floury or complex, often persistent also in exsiccati. Olor variable, fúngico, fragante, harinoso o complejo, a menudo persistente también en seco.
Gentle taste, fungoid, floury at times. Sabor suave, fungíneo, a veces harinoso.
Don Juan Perosio was experienced floury, of italic origin. Don Juan era experimentado harinero, de origen itálico.
Toward ends of the century won ovino arrived and I vaccinate to populate the valley, wheat was sowed and the first floury mill worked. Hacia fines del siglo arribó ganado ovino y vacuno para poblar el valle, se sembró trigo y funcionó el primer molino harinero.
Their grain once cooked presents skin smooth, soft albumen, buttery palate and little or no granular and floury. Su grano una vez cocinado presenta la piel lisa, albumen blando, mantecoso al paladar y poco o nada granuloso y harinoso.
Butter in texture, a floury substance has a very special taste which distinguishes it and can claim that in the kitchen. Mantequillosa en textura, sobre un fondo harinoso posee un gusto muy especial que la distingue y del que puede vanagloriarse en cocina.
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