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appetizing

[ ap-i-tahy-zing ]SEE DEFINITION OF appetizing

Synonyms for appetizing

  • appealing
  • delectable
  • delicious
  • heavenly
  • inviting
  • savory
  • tantalizing
  • tasty
  • tempting
  • yummy
  • aperitive
  • delish
  • divine
  • flavorsome
  • luscious
  • mouthwatering
  • palatable
  • saporous
  • scrumptious
  • succulent
  • sugar-coated
  • sweetened
  • toothsome
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Antonyms for appetizing

  • disagreeable
  • disenchanting
  • distasteful
  • horrible
  • offensive
  • repulsive
  • tasteless
  • unappetizing
  • unpleasant
  • disgusting
  • unsavory
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPETIZING

This you will find an extremely delicate and appetizing dish.

Trapper Jim showed them how to cook some of the venison in a most appetizing way.

One day we will have most appetizing bowls of fish and rice.

Potted bloater is one of the least expensive and appetizing of all potted meats.

The bananas of this region were found to be especially luscious and appetizing.

Not all the sauces in Christendom could have made it so piquant and appetizing.

It looked all appetizing and nice; but I could not touch a morsel.

The meat is tender and appetizing, and sold as a game delicacy in New York.

Tell cook to send in anything nice and appetizing that she possesses.

The food should be appetizing, nutritious, and of a laxative nature.

WORD ORIGIN

"exciting desire or hunger," 1650s, from appetite on model of present participle adjective forms in -ing.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR APPETIZING

delectable

adjectivedelicious, enjoyable

palatable

adjectivedelicious, agreeable
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.
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