adjective, yum·mi·er, yum·mi·est.
noun, plural yum·mies.
Origin of yummy
Examples from the Web for yummy
In recent years, away from the screen, Hurley has reinvented herself as a yummy mummy.Happy 20th Birthday, Liz Hurley’s Safety-Pin Dress|Tim Teeman|December 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Plus, sushi is yummy, and you can't blame a singer who's spent a decade shopping at Hot Topic for wanting to switch up her look.Avril Lavigne’s Dumb ‘Hello Kitty’ Video Is Rife with Cultural Appropriation|Amy Zimmerman|April 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Yummy guarantees delivery within 30 minutes of ordering with a $3.99 delivery charge, a feat Amazon cannot match.
Well-known for their included breakfast at yummy Terra Bistro, this lodge is all the good stuff sans the excess nonsense.
adjective -mier or -miest
Word Origin for yummy
"delicious," 1899, from baby talk. Yum-yum as an exclamation of pleasure is recorded from 1878.