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adj. yum·mi·er, yum·mi·est Informal
1. Very pleasing to the taste or smell; delicious. See Synonyms at delicious.
2. Very pleasant or attractive.

[From yum.]

yum′mi·ness n.
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the quality of being yummy or delicious
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It is a name that has the rolling yumminess and gentle slide of an expensive butter running over a muffin pondered over by a fastidious baker.
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So tasty and the bread was the perfect holder for all these flavours, crisp enough but also soft enough to soak up all the juices and yumminess from every other part of the starter.
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