very appetizing in appearance, aroma, or description: a mouth-watering dessert.
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How to use mouth-watering in a sentence
Finally, Deborah Racicot of Narcissa prepares mouth-watering (and non-basic) pumpkin crepes with warm sage cinnamon en glaze.
Along with descriptions of mouth-watering meals are eye-watering depictions of violence.The Foodie Detective: The Pepe Carvalho Novels by Manuel Vázquez Montalbán | Malcolm Forbes | October 3, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Colorful tints, eye-catching graphics and mouth-watering images combined and voila, the menu was born!
He talks to Isabel Wilkinson about their mouth-watering collaboration—and what's next.
From a purely visual perspective, Cotton's art is mouth-watering.
When I came to serve the dessert Sally was watching me with her eagle eye and her mouth watering.The Campfire Girls of Roselawn | Margaret Penrose
It was a superb and mouth-watering close-up, to use the film phrase.Pee-Wee Harris Adrift | Percy Keese Fitzhugh
She had golden hair, large violet eyes, a smile that would melt a Loyola, and diamonds that set every woman's mouth watering.Werwolves | Elliott O'Donnell
One reads of it, his mouth watering and his stomach crying out.When Winter Comes to Main Street | Grant Martin Overton
Within a quarter of an hour there arose a savoury odour that set David's mouth watering.Under the Chinese Dragon | F. S. Brereton
British Dictionary definitions for mouthwatering
whetting the appetite, as from smell, appearance, or description
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