Jammy sentence example
Plus I got rid of some of my foodstuffs (i.e. ate three jammy dodgers) whilst in there.
For a fun cookie the party ring has merit, or possibly the jammy dodger for the Gary Glitters among you.
The computer simply works out whose co-ordinates are closest and, hey presto, some jammy git wins the car.
Figs 5, 6 & 7 Mo ' had no such luck and kept calling me a jammy so-and-so.
The things and places these jammy sods have done and seen.Advertisement
Spicy Shiraz from Australia offers a juicy, jammy red wine that pairs well with bold flavors.
Marmalade and mincemeat mix with a jammy richness to make this a robust effort.
Glowing ultra purple in color, the wine displays a nose of kirsch, plum and jammy raspberries.
The dark purple wine had a black jammy fruit nose with floral and earthy tones bolstered with some funky oak whiffs.
Châteauneuf-du-Pape is often a spicy, jammy wine with elements of earth and smoke tossed in.Advertisement
To begin with, the Vieilles Vignes indicates that the lush and jammy red wine is made from old vines dating back to 1920.
Flavorful with raspberries and cherries, Pignan's secrets are revealed with evolving flavors of minerals and wildflowers that creates a balanced red with an elegant jammy texture and just the right amount of acidity.
These flavors mass together in a lush and jammy fashion loaded with rich cherries, boysenberry, plums, chocolate, and vanilla.
One would expect with a big jammy wine based upon the blend, but the result is more refined and not over-the-top.
But go with a jammy blackberry-plummy type that don't make your head spin and they should work fine.Advertisement
Jammy is used to describe red wines that display flavor characteristics similar to berry jam.
The nose is packed with jammy black and red fruits, oak and smoke.
Meanwhile, Stuart is still enjoying New York, the jammy bastard!
Big jammy aromas of boysenberries and cherries blast from the glass.
Albert's works (published in twenty-one folios by the Dominican Pierre Jammy in 1651, and reproduced by the Abbe Borgnet, Paris, 1890, 36 vols.) sufficiently attest his great activity.Advertisement