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drool-worthy

adjective; compounding
Of such deliciousness that it makes one salivate.
 
Used to describe food that appears to be quite delicious. Informal and most often used in very descriptive writing.
Etymology : Word ‘drool’ compounded with word ‘worthy’ to form ‘drool-worthy,’ copying the process used to create the word noteworthy.
Source : “5 drool-worthy meatballs from new work food and wine festival’s meatball madness” – Huffington Post, 9/30/11
Last modified: 2 December 2011


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