underflavored

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Etymology[edit]

under- +‎ flavored

Adjective[edit]

underflavored ‎(comparative more underflavored, superlative most underflavored)

  1. Lacking sufficient flavor.
    • 2009 June 7, David Corcoran, “Ideas That Translate Into Full Local Flavors”, in New York Times[1]:
      Among the entrees, the only serious disappointment was a short rib, which should have been called a long rib —— a nine-inch Flintstone-class bone encircled at the waist by a four-inch band of stringy, underflavored meat.