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droolworthy

Syllabification: drool·wor·thy
Pronunciation: /ˈdro͞olˌwərT͟Hē
 
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Definition of droolworthy in English:

adjective

informal
1Extremely attractive or desirable: up close he was even more droolworthy
More example sentences
  • The young designer's bags are truly droolworthy, combining soft, supple leather with the lightest kiss of metal hardware.
  • I've been reading about a fab church (with drool-worthy architecture, stained glass windows and stone masonry work to covet) in NZ.
  • What makes it drool-worthy is its updated design and an even bigger color screen.
1.1(Of food or drink) smelling or looking delicious: droolworthy pastries and baked goods
More example sentences
  • The latter is a downtown restaurant that has been serving the best ribs on the planet since 1948; seriously drool-worthy pork ribs that they can ship anywhere in America.
  • Rolf went for the confit chicken flatbread and I opted for the roast aubergine, then kicked myself when I spotted one of the meze platters, which looked droolworthy.
  • An online competition is expected to heat up local kitchens as home cooks try their hand at turning a mystery box of ingredients into a droolworthy dish.

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