astringent

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Having the effect of drawing tissue together; styptic
A substance which draws tissue together, thus restricting the flow of blood
Sharp, caustic, severe
harsh in disposition or character
{n} a medicin which, used internally, contracts and strengthens
{a} binding, contracting, bracing
A puckering or contracted sensation, often lasting longer than other sensations; not to be confused with bitter or sour
A descriptor for the textural sensation of the dryness and roughness left in the mouth (more precisely, on the gums and palate) by wines high in tannin, acid or both
substances that have constricting or binding effect; aids in breaking down secretions
Descriptive of wines that have a rough, puckery taste Usually can be attributed to high tannin content Tannic astringency will normally decrease with age However, sometimes the wine fails to outlive the tannin
a drug that causes contraction of body tissues and canals
Causes contraction of organic tissues
A sharp, puckery taste in a new wine due to tannin (see that listing) Aging in cask or bottle is the remedy
causes contraction of the tissues
a drug that causes contraction of body tissues and canals tending to draw together or constrict soft organic tissue; "astringent cosmetic lotions
Shrinking or contracting of tissues in the mouth to produce a puckering effect
Causes contraction of soft tissue
It is said of a wine where the flavour gives the sensation of roughness in the tongue, due to the excess of tannins
The "puckerish" quality of high tannin content, which has the effect of drying out the mouth Many young red wines are astringent because of tannin
a mouth puckering sensation The degree of astringency depends on the amount of tannin in a beverage
A medicine or other substance that produces contraction in the soft organic textures, and checks discharges of blood, mucus, etc
Harsh, drying, tactile sensation in the mouth caused by high tannin levels The opposite is smooth
Stern; austere; as, an astringent type of virtue
A secondary coffee taste sensation characterized by a predominantly searing, salty sensation on the anterior sides of the tongue Caused by acids increasing the saltiness Typified by an unwashed Indonesian robusta coffee Acids can cause astringency In regard to coffee, astringency is identified with undesirable acidity
Any substance causing dehydration, tightening of the skin, shrinking of tissues, contraction of skin pores
Affects endocrine system and hormone function due to its ability to cause contraction of tissues
{s} severe; harsh; constrictive; tightens (the skin)
{i} substance which causes contraction; substance that stops bleeding; (Cosmetics) substance that tightens the skin and removes oils from the skin
Describes a rough, harsh feeling in the mouth which is due to the tannins or high acidity
used to shrink tissue, esp of mucous membranes, and reduce discharge from tissues
Descriptive of wines that have a rough, puckerytaste Usually can be attributed to high tannin content Tannic astringency will normally decrease with age However, sometimes the wine fails to outlive the tannin
tending to draw together or constrict soft organic tissue; "astringent cosmetic lotions"
An astringent is a liquid that you put on your skin to make it less oily or to make cuts stop bleeding. Astringent is also an adjective. an astringent lotion. a liquid used to make your skin less oily or to stop a wound from bleeding
contracts blood vessels and body tissue
Drawing together the tissues; binding; contracting; opposed to laxative; as, astringent medicines; a butter and astringent taste; astringent fruit
sour or bitter in taste
The sensation of a wine that leaves a puckery feel in the mouth and seems to dry out the palate Tannins, from the grapes and oak barrels, contribute to astringency
like an antiseptic with the constricting abilities, but more specifically used to counter secretions (pus, mucus, yuckies)
an herb-based liquid or cream who's properties include contraction of the skin, for tightening and soothing
astringents have a binding action on mucous membranes, skin and other tissue They reduce irritation and inflammation, and create a barrier against infection that is helpful to wounds and burns
Causes dehydration and the tightening and shrinking of tissues Used to stop bleeding and close pores
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    as·trin·gent

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    Eş anlamlılar

    acetic, acrid, biting, bitter, cutting, sharp, tonic

    Zıt anlamlılar

    bland, mild

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    /əˈstrənʤənt/ /əˈstrɪnʤənt/

    Etimoloji

    [ -j&nt ] (adjective.) 1541. probably from Middle French, from Latin astringent-, astringens, present participle of astringere to bind fast, from ad- + stringere to bind tight; more at STRAIN.

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