[fley-ver-fuh l] /ˈfleɪ vər fəl/
full of ; tasty.
1927, from flavor (n.) + -ful. Earlier flavorsome (1853), flavory (1727), flavorous (1690s).
[fley-ver-ing] /ˈfleɪ vər ɪŋ/ noun 1. something that gives ; a substance or preparation used to give a particular to food or drink: vanilla flavoring. [fley-ver] /ˈfleɪ vər/ noun 1. taste, especially the distinctive taste of something as it is experienced in the mouth. 2. a substance or extract that provides a particular taste; . […]
[fley-ver-ist] /ˈfleɪ vər ɪst/ noun 1. a person whose job is to blend natural and artificial ingredients to create the taste and smell of a specific food.
[fley-ver] /ˈfleɪ vər/ noun 1. taste, especially the distinctive taste of something as it is experienced in the mouth. 2. a substance or extract that provides a particular taste; . 3. the characteristic quality of a thing: He captured the flavor of the experience in his book. 4. a particular quality noticeable in a thing: […]
noun 1. Informal. the subject of intense, usually temporary interest; the current fashion. noun phrase Something ephemeral; a short-lived phenomenon: That 23 percent could dwindle, Mr. Perot could be the political flavor of the month/ She’s not seeing him any more; turned out to be another flavour of the month (1990s+)