carroty

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

carrot +‎ -y

Adjective[edit]

carroty (comparative more carroty, superlative most carroty)

  1. Resembling carrots in colour, taste, etc.; containing carrot.
    • 1998, George Englebretsen, Line Diagrams for Logic: Drawing Conclusions
      My soup has the positive constitutive property of being carroty, of having carrots in it; of carrotiness; it has the negative constitutive property of lacking meat, of meatlessness.

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