Harsh

• (a.) Having violent contrasts of color, or of light and shade; lacking in harmony. • (a.) Unpleasant and repulsive to the sensibilities; austere; crabbed; morose; abusive; abusive; severe; rough. • (a.) Rough; disagreeable; grating • (a.) disagreeable to the ear. • (a.) disagreeable to the taste. • (a.) disagreeable ...
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harsh

adjective unpleasantly stern; `wild and harsh country full of hot sand and cactus`; `the nomad life is rough and hazardous`
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harsh

abrasive adjective sharply disagreeable; rigorous; `the harsh facts of court delays`; `an abrasive character`
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Harsh

Harsh (härsh) adjective [ Compar. Harsher (-ẽr); superl. Harshest .] [ Middle English harsk ; akin to German harsch , Danish harsk rancid, Swedish härsk ; from the same source as English hard ....
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harsh

A derogatory term for a wine that lacks balance.
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Harsh

A term describing bitter teas.
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Harsh

Acrid. Sensation at the same time bitter and astringent, raspy, and disagreeable. Particularly found
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Harsh

An unpleasantly aggressive or caustic flavor or feeling to the mouth or nose.
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harsh

If a wine is too hard it is said to be harsh. Harshness in a wine, young or old, is a flaw.
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Harsh

Refers to a rough, acidic wine exhibiting overabundant tannin.
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Harsh

Rough, biting character from excessive tannin or acid.
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harsh

[adj] - disagreeable to the senses 2. [adj] - unpleasantly stern 3. [adj] - extremely unkind or cruel 4. [adj] - severe 5. [adj] - sharply disagreeable
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