Meaning of Sour: having an acid taste like lemon or vinegar.
Comparative and Superlative Degree of Sour
Comparative degree of Sour is sourer, superlative degree of Sour is sourest.
Examples Using Positive Degree Of Sour:
- The lemonade is sour and refreshing on hot days.
- The green apple has a sour taste that puckers your lips.
- The vinegar gives the salad a sour tang.
- The pickles have a sour flavor that adds zest to sandwiches.
- The sourdough bread has a sour taste with a hint of tanginess.
- The grapefruit has a sour and citrusy flavor.
- The sour candies make your mouth pucker up.
- The yogurt has a slightly sour taste.
- The lime juice adds a sour kick to the cocktail.
- The sour cream adds a creamy sour element to the dish.
Example Using Comparative Degree Of Sour:
- The lime is sourer than the lemon.
- The grapefruit is sourer than the orange.
- The unripe mango is sourer than the ripe one.
- The pickle juice is sourer than the brine.
- The lemonade is sourer than the orange juice.
- The green apple is sourer than the red apple.
- The vinegar is sourer than the lemon juice.
- The sour candy is sourer than the sweet one.
- The lime is sourer than the limeade.
- The grape is sourer than the strawberry.
Example Using Superlative Degree Of Sour:
- The lemon is the sourest fruit in the basket.
- The vinegar is the sourest ingredient in the recipe.
- The green apple is the sourest variety at the store.
- The pickle juice is the sourest liquid I’ve tasted.
- The lemonade is the sourest drink I’ve ever had.
- The lime is the sourest citrus fruit I’ve tried.
- The grape is the sourest grape I’ve ever eaten.
- The sour candy is the sourest treat in the bag.
- The unripe mango is the sourest fruit in the bunch.
- The vinegar is the sourest condiment on the table.
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Last updated on June 14th, 2023 at 04:54 am