austere

somber.
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Austere

• Unadorned; unembellished; severely simple. • Sour and astringent; rough to the state; having acerbity; as, an austere crab apple; austere wine. • Severe in modes of judging, or living, or acting; rigid; rigorous; stern; as, an austere man, look, life.
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austere

severe adjective severely simple; `a stark interior`
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Austere

[EDM group] (2006-2011) (2007-2010) Dark Duck Records: (2001=2--8) Austere is an anonymous, obscurantist electronic music group that has covered a wide variety of styles in their releases: Classical Minimalism, psybient, psychedelic ambient, ambient, dark ambient, drone, glitch-ambient, and downtempo-style drum and bass music, which out of ...
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Austere

Aus·tere' [ French austère , Latin austerus , from Greek ..., from ... to parch, dry. Confer Sear .] 1. Sour and astringent; rough to the state; having acerbity; as, an austere crab apple; austere wine. 2. Severe in modes of judging, or living, or acting; rigid; rigorous;...
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austere

A term used to describe a wine that is unforthcoming - often they are young, tannic wines. They give little pleasure at the time, but it is likely that they will improve with age.
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austere

A wine with too much acidity or tannin making it harsh. Usually lacking in fruit as well.
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austere

austere 1. Imposing or suggesting physical hardship. 2. Grimly unsmiling, humorless, or suggesting strict self-denial; grave; sober; solemn; serious. 3. Severe in manner or appearance; uncompromising; strict; forbidding: 'In the sixth grade I had an austere teacher.' 4. rigorously self-disciplined and severely moral; ascetic; abstinent: the auste...
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Austere

Austere wines are hard, lacking charm, generosity or roundness. Some wines that taste austere in their young shed that quality when they age. For example, this could happen with some Bordeaux wines. Generally speaking, a wine that is austere young will be austere when its old as well.
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Austere

Describes a wine that lacks depth and full flavors.
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austere

of a stern or strict bearing or demeanor
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Austere

Seemingly stern, severe, and unadorned in character.
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austere

severely moral and strict simple and plain 
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austere

severely simple
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austere

severely simple
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austere

severely simple
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austere

severely simple
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Austere

Somewhat hard, with restrained fruit and character.
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austere

Term used for wines that have low levels of ripe fruit flavours and high acidity and/or tannins. The term usually describes lighter bodied, acidic white wines with subtle flavours. The term usually suggests a red wine with insufficient flavour and high acidity.
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Austere

Wine-buff speak for a wine that is a bit too severe or restrained on the palate. Usually uncomplimentary, although some young wines destined for greater things may be 'austere' in their youth. Commonly used to describe young clarets.
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austere

Wines that are austere are generally not terribly pleasant wines to drink. An austere wine is a hard, rather dry wine that lacks richness and generosity. However, young Rh
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austere

[adj] - severely simple 2. [adj] - of a stern or strict bearing or demeanor
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