English version

sugary in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsugarysug‧ar‧y /ˈʃʊɡəri/ adjective  1 DFcontaining sugar, or tasting like sugar sugary foodssee thesaurus at sweet2 TOO/TOO MUCHlanguage, emotions etc that are sugary are too nice and seem insincere She said goodbye in a sickeningly sugary tone.
Examples from the Corpus
sugaryRinse the pineapple and cherries to remove sugary coating and pat dry on kitchen paper.Like many children, David was fond of sugary foods and liked ice-cream, orange squash, chocolate and crisps.But a steady diet of soft, sugary foods will only make matters worse.For most people, the sugary snacks simply add calories, while making you want to eat more.Eat fruit between meals, and try to avoid sugary snacks.He was full of sugary talk about world peace and love.