One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Aelfred, Bede, and Beowulf are thoroughly covered, sprinkled yeastily throughout the text.’
- ‘It's smell is hoppy and yeastily spicy, with notes of caramel and citrusy, pineapple fruit.’
- ‘Yet the idea of something dripping with grease or yeastily puffed doesn't seem quite right either.’
- ‘Roseation, spreading, yeastily beering up, the white soft legs and the golden hair.’
- ‘On Saturday mornings, mum would make bread in her enormous white ceramic mixing bowl leaving it, topped with a fresh tea towel on the central heat register to rise yeastily.’
- ‘For a long time an idea had been stirring and spreading, yeastily, in his mind.’
- ‘They dance zealously and yeastily to their tuneful folksongs.’
- ‘Wheat beers are often described as ‘white’ in Belgium, Germany and elsewhere, possibly because the head formed is unusually pale, or perhaps because they are traditionally served yeastily cloudy.’
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