One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The smoky, grilled, intense flavor of the meat melded juicily with the spicy earthiness of the Grenache.’
- ‘In Atkinson's fiction, something is always lurking juicily out the back, the equivalent of Stella Gibbons's ‘something nasty in the woodshed’.’
- ‘Whatever the reasons for his choice of subject, Manet produced a strikingly original, juicily stroked, nervous picture of the battle, which is now in the Philadelphia Museum of Art.’
- ‘The duck is devilishly rare, and the fat - edged flesh colludes juicily with its anise-dusted accompaniment.’
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