Fruity in a sentence as an adjective

Though a bag of fruity reactors does sound tasty.

Very fruity, would feel a little bit dry on the tongue if it weren't so perfumed.

The presence of ketones on your breath makes a "fruity" smell that can range from minor to fairly unpleasant.

Compared to a iPhone 5s, this runs circles around it. I'm not trying to start a flamewar or anything, but why are iOS devices so slow and clunky, and why is the UI so... fruity?

Now I have to put on my fruity hippie developer hat. I feel like it makes a big difference when a language implementor values beauty in code.

People often don't appear to hear fire trucks, let alone the fruity tone of an uncorked Harley exhaust that is pointing away from the car.

At my office they have fruity tea options and I can tell you that the flavour gets into the coffee if someone previously brewed such teas.

Without normalization you don't have privilege - you don't have thoughts like "that's not a black guy job", or "that guy's too fruity to interact with my clients".

The difference is that Lupicia tries to preserve the tea's natural flavors instead of trying to "enhance" them with fruity flavors.

It's more like adding 13 essential vitamins and minerals to your otherwise toxic fruity pebbles.

However, the essence of academia is throwing a lot of random stuff at the wall to see what sticks, and if some of it's a bit fruity, hey, why not?

Fruity definitions


tasting or smelling richly of or as of fruit


informal or slang terms for mentally irregular; "it used to drive my husband balmy"

See also: balmy barmy bats batty bonkers buggy cracked crackers daft dotty haywire kooky kookie loco loony loopy