appetizingly


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ap·pe·tiz·ing

 (ăp′ĭ-tī′zĭng)
adj.
Appealing to or stimulating the appetite.

ap′pe·tiz′ing·ly adv.

appetizingly

(ˈæpɪtaɪzɪŋlɪ) or

appetisingly

adv
in an appetizing way
Translations

appetizingly

[ˈæpɪtaɪzɪŋli] advde façon appétissante

appetizingly

adv presentappetitlich, appetitanregend; describeverlockend
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There's something appetizingly wicked about applying this Roman Catholic narrative form to a straight-faced tale from an ultraconservative Catholic sect.
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Like he doesn't have enough to do, being in almost every scene of this gritty, appetizingly unsavory series?
The first response from Bangladeshi captain Mushfiqur Rahim to the announcement of the Indian team for the three-match ODI tour was disgust, upset and frustration all mixed appetizingly well in equal proportions.
No one is born knowing how to merchandise food appetizingly, and if the most effective sales tool you have is the appearance of the food, you better get this one right.
The resulting Italian/American collaboration--"a dialogue between two sociologists from the same generation, sharing similar intellectual interests" (14-15)--has produced a work of visual ethnography which, in the hands of a single sociologist, might have turned out to be superficial or cursory: little more, perhaps, than an appetizingly illustrated travel account.
lt;p>When Neven photographed a German restaurant menu with his smartphone, Goggles returned an appetizingly accurate translation: "Spring salad with wild herbs and Parmesan cheese wrapped in bacon.
All ingredients are arranged appetizingly on the plate.
The good news out of Boulevard Brewing is that plans are in place to expand distribution of its limited-edition Smokestack Series, which features beers such as its appetizingly dry, modestly funky Saison-Brett, which has a distant barnyard mustiness but in a good way.