Juicy

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Sensory ExperiencePlay
Use 'juicy' to describe food that is wet with its natural liquid, often suggesting it's fresh and tasty. SlideThis peach is incredibly juicy and flavorful.
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Physical TexturePlay
'Juicy' often implies a pleasing texture and is mostly used with fruits, vegetables or cooked meat. SlideShe enjoyed the juicy steak at the new restaurant.
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Not for Dry ItemsPlay
Avoid using 'juicy' for items that don't contain liquid, like bread or chips, unless metaphorical. SlideHe prefers his burgers juicy, not dry.