Floury
Floury Flour"y, a. Of or resembling flour; mealy; covered with flour. --Dickens. [1913 Webster]

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  • Floury — Le nom est surtout porté dans la Somme et les Côtes d Armor. En Picardie, c est une variante de Fleury (voir ce nom), mais peut être aussi un ancien prénom (attesté à Foncquevillers, 62, en 1567). En Bretagne, on envisagera éventuellement un… …   Noms de famille

  • floury — ► ADJECTIVE 1) covered with flour. 2) (of a potato) having a soft, fluffy texture when cooked …   English terms dictionary

  • floury — [flour′ē] adj. 1. of flour 2. like flour in color or texture; powdery or white 3. covered with flour …   English World dictionary

  • floury — [[t]fla͟ʊ əri[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED Something that is floury is covered with flour or tastes of flour. She wiped her floury hands on her apron. ...floury scones. 2) ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n Floury potatoes go soft round the edges and break up when they …   English dictionary

  • floury — adjective a) Resembling flour. These mashed potatoes have a floury texture. b) Covered in flour. The baker wiped his floury hands on his apron …   Wiktionary

  • floury — flour|y [ˈflauəri US ˈflauri] adj 1.) covered with flour or tasting of flour ▪ She wiped her floury hands on her apron. 2.) floury potatoes become very soft and break easily when they are cooked …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • floury — UK [ˈflaʊrɪ] / US adjective Word forms floury : adjective floury comparative flourier superlative flouriest 1) covered with flour 2) like flour in taste or appearance …   English dictionary

  • floury — adjective resembling flour in fine powdery texture a floury clay • Similar to: ↑fine • Derivationally related forms: ↑flour …   Useful english dictionary

  • floury — adjective see flour I …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • floury — the surface condition of well preserved, high quality salt cod; the salt came to the surface imparting an appearance of fine flour …   Dictionary of ichthyology

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