What is the opposite of bland?

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Opposite of lacking strong features or characteristics and therefore uninteresting
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Opposite of not harsh or abrasive to the senses
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(of food or drink) Opposite of unseasoned, mild-tasting, or insipid
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Opposite of unremarkable or ordinary in character, standard or quality
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Opposite of not exciting, adventurous, or controversial
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“The first half-hour of the movie was fairly dull, and then it took an exciting and interesting turn.”
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Opposite of bland or lacking in flavor
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(of climate or weather) Opposite of not aggressive or violent in nature
“A powerful storm is brewing.”
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Opposite of having a considerate or kindly disposition
“He was a rough man who was prone to obscenities and bad behavior.”
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Opposite of thin, bland or tasteless, especially as a result of containing too much water
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Opposite of not objectionable or harmful in nature
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Opposite of mild or soothing in effect or degree
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Opposite of inferior or unimpressive in nature, especially in comparison
“In my personal opinion, Heath gave us a superior rendition of the Joker.”
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Opposite of lacking expression or emotion
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Opposite of not showy or lively
“The French composer Charles Gounod's bicentenary has been a lively affair so far.”
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Opposite of marked by charm, confidence and elegance
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(especially of surroundings) Opposite of impersonal and unappealing
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Opposite of lacking in colour, spirit, or vitality
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Opposite of lacking in vigor or vitality
“His physical appearance transforms a strong performance into a memorable one.”
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Opposite of having a somber or dismal atmosphere or nature
“In the background, strains of Latin music blend with sounds of sizzling from the kitchen to create an uplifting, cheerful atmosphere.”
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(of a liquid or solution) Opposite of significantly diluted or watered-down
“The broth was concentrated, packed with spices and full of flavor.”
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(of cultural activities or products) Opposite of designed with the intention to suit the taste of the general public rather than specialists or intellectuals
“Their activity sections are supposedly quite highbrow, but they still have lots of popular things to do.”
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Opposite of that can be ignored
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Opposite of inexperienced
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Opposite of lacking in vitality
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