See also: tànnic

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From French tannique, from tan.

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tannic (not comparable)

  1. Pertaining to, containing, or obtained from tannin.
    • 2015, Lettie Teague, Wine in Words: Some Notes for Better Drinking[1], Rizzoli Publications, →ISBN:
      They're tannic and sometimes a little bitter depending on how long the skins have contact with the juice.

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