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- n. The state or condition of being toothsome.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or character of being toothsome; pleasantness to the taste.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. extreme appetizingness
a feast that might vie in "toothsomeness" if not in elegance with the best ever elaborated by the celebrated caterer.
The truth is, despite the toothsomeness of his campaign slogan, we are not yet the people we have been waiting for.
Yet the lightness comes with no sacrifice of toothsomeness, if you know what I mean.
Bring tomato mixture to a simmer and cook for about 10 minutes, or until pasta is done to your degree of toothsomeness.
I've noticed that the 2 free range chickens which I get each month from the neighbor of my CSA farmer, delivered one week each month with my vegs, have, in addition to excellent flavor, a welcome toothsomeness.
The outer surface of the cookie was smooth and crisp, the interior was like almond sponge candy, soft, but with just a little bit of toothsomeness.
Well, ok, the crocodile is negotiable, but I really want some sort of literary toothsomeness in those first pages.
The toothsomeness of the pork-belly versus the light flavors and crunch of the pickles and scallion was perfect, each becoming more for the contrast.
Risotto with Barolo and Castelmango: these ingredients come together to become a homogenization of the earth of Barolo, the nuttiness of Castelmango cheese and the creamy starches and toothsomeness of the Arborio.
They had that egg-y toothsomeness that made them fun to bite with your front teeth.
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