malty [mawl-tee] ExamplesWord Origin adjective, malt·i·er, malt·i·est.

  1. of, like, or containing malt.

Origin of malty First recorded in 1810–20; malt + -y1 Related formsmalt·i·ness, noun Examples from the Web for malty Historical Examples of malty

  • The school that plumps for malty Rabbits and the other that goes for milky ones are equally emphatic in their choice.

    The Complete Book of Cheese

    Robert Carlton Brown

  • British Dictionary definitions for malty malty adjective maltier or maltiest

    1. of, like, or containing malt

    Derived Formsmaltiness, noun Word Origin and History for malty adj.

    1817, from malt (n.) + -y (2).

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