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Definition of "succulence" [suc•cu•lence]

  • The property of being succulent. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

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  • "Gérard Marula Le Haut Midi, Touraine, Loire, France 2009 (£17.75, Green & Blue Wines)A so-called natural wine, meaning it was made with minimal intervention in the winery (including no added sulphur), this blend of cabernets franc and sauvignon with grolleau, is joyously alive with singing floral-edged raspberry fruit and a kind of spicy succulence."
  • "Marks & Spencer Nerello Mascalese, Belice Valley, Agrigento, Sicily £5.99, Marks & SpencerIf you're a fan of the sort of immediately appealing, youthful succulence you find in good beaujolais, you'll love this vibrant Sicilian red."
  • ""She can only dream of succulence," said Swinton, "so I had to keep my mouth completely dry of saliva while acting, as she didn't contain any liquids.""