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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfruityfruit‧y /ˈfruːti/ adjective  1 Ctasting or smelling strongly of fruit a very fruity wine2 British EnglishLOW SOUND OR VOICE a voice or laugh that is fruity sounds deep and pleasant
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fruityHe gave each word an incredibly fruity emphasis.This must be one of Mike's fruity ideas.There are no classic pretensions here, just a fine, fruity mouthful to wash down hamburger or pizza.a fruity red wineThe best one could expect was a crude imitation in an obviously fruity, superficially appealing style.The contrast of the fruity wine versus the spicy flavors of the dish enlivens the palate.
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