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Synonyms for buttery

a small storeroom for storing foods or wines

a teashop where students in British universities can purchase light meals

unpleasantly and excessively suave or ingratiating in manner or speech

resembling or containing or spread with butter

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A clean-tasting wine, it gives a more true chardonnay fruit without an overt butteriness.
It wasn't bad but the spice stopped short the soft butteriness of the pumpkin, which was a pity.
A ripening Camembert wedge, all oozing butteriness, sits atop a chunky rectilinear slab of what might be chalk or cement, which itself rests on four rather squashed mini-Camemberts--its "feet" (a pun on the odor?
Llanboidy has a rustic, fruity flavour with a tang but it maintains a smooth butteriness as it matures.
Four Vines 2010 "Naked" Char-donnay (Santa Barbara County; 02) A basketful of fresh peaches, with a touch of butteriness and keen balance.
I just think it might overpower the delicacy of the figs and the butteriness of the almond paste.
Made from a blend of the three classic champagne grapes of pinot meunier, pinot noir and chardonnay, this is, again, a well-balanced champers with the fresh hints of fruit and a touch of rich butteriness.
This robust mix of beans, capsicum, carrot and potato came in a coriander-infused spinach ghee that made the most of the butteriness without smothering the vegetables' textures and flavours.