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very appetizing in appearance, aroma, or description.
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Adj.1.mouth-watering - pleasing to the sense of taste
appetising, appetizing - appealing to or stimulating the appetite especially in appearance or aroma
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Don't forget to cut out and keep today's token while looking forward to sinking your teeth into a real mouth-watering Bank Holiday treat
We've teamed up with Little Chef and Happy Eater to give you a mouth-watering offer.
This is the kind of mouth-watering detail that could excite an independent counsel investigating Iran-contra crimes, as just about the only thing these Miami-based founding fathers did was lobby Congress for more contra aid.
Since 1959, DineWise has been delivering nutritious, mouth-watering cuisine to hundreds of thousands of households across America.
The Daily Post has teamed up with the award-winning Bodnant Cookery School and some of its crew of talented North Wales-based chefs to bring you a host of mouth-watering dishes, each of which only take a few minutes to prepare.
Bit O'Red boss Baraclough said: "It's a mouth-watering tie.
MOUTH-watering tastes from all corners of the globe are waiting to be discovered with Birmingham's third International Food Fair feeding hungry customers.
Therefore the game between Portugal and Spain is always a mouth-watering game, I'm sure of that.
Packed full of mouth-watering meal ides, culinary tips and articles and ideas for the perfect menu to impress any dinner party guest.
The scientific theory is that the aroma triggers a mouth-watering sensation in preparation for digestion.
There's no denying the thought of playing Chelsea is a mouth-watering prospect.
Enhanced with full-color photographs of each finished dish, the mouth-watering, palate-pleasing, body-healthy, instructive recipes range from Toasted Pine Nuts; Potato and Egg Salad; Moussaka; Artichoke Stew; and Stuffed Zucchini; to Shepherd's Pie; Chicken and Cilantro; Moughrabieh (chicken with pea-shaped dough); and Baked Fish Fillet.