Nieremberg has not the enraptured vision of St Theresa, nor the philosophic significance of Luis de Leon, and the unvarying sweetness of his style is cloying; but he has exaltation, unction, insight, and his book forms no unworthy close to a great literary tradition.
cloying stench of death filled the corridor and it was hard not to be sick.
A mid-weight comforter is more seasonal and comfortable year round without feeling cloying in the summer or too light in the winter.
Cloying is a negative description generally given for sweet wines that are not balanced in acid structure, residual sugars and tannins.
cloying brown mud.
Toto is so cloying he make me want to vomit.
Boult conducts this with his customary care, presenting the long lines with a direct approach that avoids any hint of cloying sentimentality.
Yet, unlike the equally gregarious Doug of Doug's First Movie, he's never cloying.
Scents are personal, and what one person may find delightful, another may find cloying.
The sophisticated scent is not at all cloying, but those who want just a subtle taste can smooth on this airy lotion.
In our case, he managed to capture the essence of family life without making it too cloying.
Triple sec is approximately 46 proof and has a rich sweet (not cloying) orange flavor.
brie (cheese)ith the cheese especially the blue brie, a bit cloying sweet with the cheese cake.
Marshmallow fondant is sweet without being cloying and has an easy to work with texture for even beginner cooks.
The finish is bitter with a slightly cloying vanilla edge and a subtle bite in the back of the throat.
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