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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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flavouringfla‧vour‧ing British English, flavoring American English /ˈfleɪvərɪŋ/ noun [countable, uncountable]  DFCa substance used to give something a particular flavour or increase its flavour artificial flavourings
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flavouringVibrato, like all flavouring, needs very fastidious use on brass instruments.These would have been used for both flavouring and for medicinal purposes.Plain mixed peppercorns make an excellent flavouring for venison.I find them useful for flavouring game pies.Not very pleasant to taste, owing to a lack of sufficient juniper flavouring.Get the habit of flavouring with mild spices, herbs and other natural seasonings.These distinctive characteristics come from differences in minute quantities of flavouring constituents whose concentrations are at the threshold of human sensory perception.It is the astringent corrective, as well as the flavouring, for olive-oil-based dishes and fat meat.
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