yum-yum


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yum-yum

interj
a variant of yummy
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yum-yum

(ˈyʌmˈyʌm)

also yum



interj.
(used to express enjoyment or satisfaction, esp. in the taste of food.)
[1880–85]
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Translations

yum-yum

[ˌjʌmˈjʌm] exclgnam gnam!
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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The scones, fresh cream, jam and a pot of tea in the valley gardens cafe were yum-yum.
The Mikado is set in the town of Titipu where the Lord High Executioner Ko-Ko and his three wards, Yum-Yum, Pitti-Sing and Peeb-Bo reside.
Every Rosh Hashanah, someone tells me about their amazing honey cake that I must try, and I wind up having to make polite yum-yum faces while retching internally.
Beyond a window advertising the yum-yum presence of new potatoes on the property, the staff were ultrafriendly and they didn't have too many things keeping warm above the cooking range.
Sioned Gwen Davies (Pitti-Sing), Rebecca Bottone (Yum-Yum) and Emma Kerr (Peep-Bo)
In this production, Richard Suart plays Ko-Ko, Stephen Richardson is the Mikado and Rebecca Bottone is Yum-Yum (engaged to Ko-Ko).
Close behind that is the Angel Hair Yum-Yum: a bed of pasta covered in Yum-Yum sauce--that's a creamy mushroom sauce--lots of lump crab and a bright red tomato garnish.
She used Mac lipstick in Candy Yum-Yum, PS15 but NYX Matte Lipstick-Shocking Pink, PS6, from 123hairandbeauty.co.uk is a cheaper alternative.
A ventriloquist, a ukulele player and others tell how the Mikado of Japan's son Nanki-Poo runs away from court to Titipu to find his first love Yum-Yum, while The Lord High Executioner Ko-Ko looks for someone to kill.
The minimal set allowed the performances to shine, while the woodland backdrop was used imaginatively by Jo Herco as a feisty Yum-Yum.
Pair it with a delicious Eggnog Tiramisu by adding Eggnog Latte Flavor to your milk or dark chocolate mousse mix for the ultimate yum-yum combo.