English version

lemony

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlemonylem‧on‧y /ˈleməni/ adjective  smelling or tasting of lemons a lovely lemony flavour
Examples from the Corpus
lemonyNothing but cologne, something discreet and lemony.Instead of stuffed artichokes, serve a lemony artichoke soup as a first course.Victoria Wine Chablis 1987, £6.39; this too has kept its crisp, nutty, lemony character.He was so near her that she could smell his cool lemony cologne.The cake had a tart, lemony flavor.It also has a lovely lemony flavour that is popular with children and adults.A current exception is the sparkling Vouvray Chevalier do Moncontour, with some light lemony fruit and hints of honey.Amaranth twirled about, and a lemony yellow scarf fluttered on to the head of William Rees Mogg.
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