from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Appealing to the sense of taste; appetizing: the mouthwatering aroma of a baking pie.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. That is pleasing to the sense of taste; appetizing
- adj. Enticing or tantalizing
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Unless you are a very big eater, my recommendation here is to share a plate of mixed "botanas" (appetizers) which includes carnitas, quesadillas, and cheese, and then ask to share a portion of the house speciality, "Trifajitas", prepared in mouthwatering style at your table.
Marsha Mehran describes the food in mouthwatering detail -- with a dash of magic realism.
He lovingly recalls the mouthwatering kid baby goat his dad would sometimes roast in their backyard.
That is particularly true of Champagne, which tends to have the kind of mouthwatering acidity that matches well with food.
A spokesman said the committee had "mouthwatering" proposals to put to the community following their meeting with the ministry of constitutional development.
Forced to a more lucrative occupation, he had not forgotten his skills and this night had produced the kind of mouthwatering delicacies loved by the English Queen.
In a kind of mouthwatering tango, he pranced past the boisterous tables of customers, holding a raw slab of beef on butcher's paper like a tray of drinks.
3L protested an administrative policy that unkosher food not be purchased for official school events by using his own funds to bring in "mouthwatering" nonkosher pizza.
"mouthwatering" so it's quite possible my dogs were coached before I even open ed up the bag.
What if I told you there was a race in which you sprint for two miles, scarf down 12 Krispy Kreme doughnuts (that's more than 2,000 gloriously mouthwatering calories) and sprint back?
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