tasty

[ tey-stee ]SEE DEFINITION OF tasty

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TASTY

The tomatoes are filled with a tasty stuffing and then baked.

Never from the day of his birth had the Tsar had such a tasty meal.

They are very large and tasty, and the cook knows well how to serve them.

Appetite does not need to be goaded by tasty dishes; it does not need to be goaded at all.

I couldn't say exactly what it was we had for nourishment, only I know it was all tasty and expensive.

She had Michael's supper ready for him, hot and tasty, the same as ever.

"Thought they'd be tasty after travelling," said Uncle Jesse.

Something in the tidy order and tasty arrangement of its shelves hurt.

She won't remember a thing she eats, an' she don't have much that's tasty an' good.

They had a few eggs left, and these were made into quite a tasty omelette.

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