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Definition of "acidulation" [acidulation]

  • The act of acidulating (noun)

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Use "acidulation" in a sentence
  • "For me, it's champagne Wines have gone smooth lately - so smooth that winemakers in some regions are adding bite back into their bottles in a process called acidulation Produced from winter wheat, the spirit has a nuance of bread-like flavour Americans claim to be better than Canadians at many things, but beer isn't one of them, says Nicholas Pashley"
  • "Wines have gone smooth lately - so smooth that winemakers in some regions are adding bite back into their bottles in a process called acidulation Produced from winter wheat, the spirit has a nuance of bread-like flavour Americans claim to be better than Canadians at many things, but beer isn't one of them, says Nicholas Pashley"
  • "‘There’s your money,’ said Mrs Pipchin, who in pursuance of her system, and in recollection of the Mines, was accustomed to rout the servants about, as she had routed her young Brighton boarders; to the everlasting acidulation of Master Bitherstone, ‘and the sooner this house sees your back the better."