sweet-toothed


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sweet-toothed

adj
(Cookery) having a strong liking for sweet foods
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sweet-toothed

[ˌswiːtˈtuːθt] ADJgoloso
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WILLIE Wonka owned a fictional factory for the sweet-toothed created by Roald Dahl.
YOUNGERS impressed sweet-toothed judges at a prestigious competition.
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