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The Collaborative International Dictionary
Garlicky

Garlicky \Gar"lick*y\, a. Like or containing garlic.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
garlicky

1775, from garlic + -y (2). The -k- perhaps to preserve the hard -c-, but garlick was a former alternative spelling.

Wiktionary
garlicky

a. Tasting or smelling of garlic.

WordNet
garlicky

adj. relating to or tasting or smelling of garlic; "garlicky sauce"

Usage examples of "garlicky".

It would probably drive you insane to have psychic visions that told you in advance whether you were going to enjoy a particular movie, have a good dinner, or get a bad case of gas and the bloats from that garlicky angel-hair pasta that you were enjoying so much.

Each one got a big spoonful of chopped chillies before being deep-fried and put in a garlicky tomato sauce.

  The Deliverator winces, imagining the garlicky topping accordioning into the back wall of the box.

The Deliverator winces, imagining the garlicky topping accordioning into the back wall of the box.

There was a bottle of garlicky -criollo- sauce for the pork, a bowl of mixed green and black olives, and butter and guava jelly for the rolls.

I silence my irritation with a mouthful of garlicky, double-cheese pizza.