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01. We took the children for ice cream at a shop that has over 30 different [flavors], including bubblegum and watermelon.
02. The mango drink she made was really [flavorful].
03. I added a bit of hot sauce to the soup to give it some more [flavor].
04. I think ginger adds a nice [flavor] to stir-fried vegetables.
05. Her choice of clothing has a real European [flavor] to it.
06. I don't like to mix sweet and salty [flavored] foods in the same meal.
07. She [flavored] her fruit dip with a bit of Irish Cream.
08. There is a Chinese proverb that states that after three days without reading, talk becomes [flavorless].
09. Alfred E. Newman once remarked that we are living in a world today where lemonade is made from artificial [flavors], and furniture polish is made from real lemons.
10. The octopus's rich diet of clams and scallops gives it a highly [flavorful] meat.
11. Lemon grass is a traditional [flavoring] used in Thai cooking.
12. Plain old vanilla is the favorite [flavor] of ice cream, accounting for 29 percent of all sales in the U.S.
13. Guatemalan coffee is known for its smoky, spicy [flavor].
14. Good cheese should be left to sit at room temperature for 2 hours before serving to release the [flavor].

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