mouth-watering

[ mouth-waw-ter-ing, -wot-er- ]SEE DEFINITION OF mouth-watering
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It was a superb and mouth-watering close-up, to use the film phrase.

There was a cheerful, mouth-watering smell of cookery on the air, a garlicky smell, with now and then a whiff of spicy wood smoke.

Then followed a list of mouth-watering delicacies, the very names of which we had almost forgotten.

Keekie Joe gazed upon this scene of mouth-watering ruin with eyes spellbound.

WORD ORIGIN

1822, from mouth (n.) + water (v.).

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