melty

[ mel-tee ]
/ ˈmɛl ti /

adjective, melt·i·er, melt·i·est.

(of food) melting or melted:a melty grilled cheese sandwich; ice cream softened until just melty at the edges.
softened in feeling by pity, sympathy, love, etc.:I get all melty when I think or write about her.

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Origin of melty

First recorded in 1920–25; melt1 + -y1
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