Definition of tartest
sharp or acid in taste.
It's a medium to large, red- and green-striped fruit with a crisp, juicy, sweetly tart taste.
Example of tartest
A crisp, slightly tart apple dipped in chewy caramel is a classic sweet.
Boyle went on to characterize acids, noting their sour or tart taste and their ability to corrode metals.
Danny's hands flew to his head self-consciously, the shrill ringing of his phone saving Alyssa from a tart response.
From the 19 June Observer magazine ‘Up Front’ profile of Carey, a few tart observations.
Hawthorns are loved for their sweet, tart taste which can improve the appetite, help digestion and aid in weight reduction.
He also became known for his tart , slashing criticism about tax policy - including policies devised by people whose general goals he shared.
Here she was, so recently subjected to tart commentary in a select committee, but willing to demonstrate exactly the kind of fiscal responsibility that this country needs right now.
His brulée was yummy; the tart sweetness of the raspberries combining well with the cool, creamy texture of the creme fraiche and the toffee crunch of the burnt-sugar topping.
I started to give a tart reply, but Atelious gave a deep inarticulate growl that was felt more than heard, and she shut up.
Incredibly, after all that, we decided we still had room for dessert, and we tried a tart Cranberry Apple Crisp and a luscious Espresso Nut Brownie.