[ US /ˈæpɪˌtaɪzɪŋ/ ]
  1. appealing to or stimulating the appetite especially in appearance or aroma
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How To Use appetizing In A Sentence

  • It is also her misfortune to have been saddled with an unappetisingly needy role. Times, Sunday Times
  • What's the use of having such a juicy and appetizing prospect-list if you can't call on them?
  • There were so many appetizing choices, Nikki said, she couldn't decide which one to order.
  • But naked, she was thin and somehow unappetizing, and for reasons I can't articulate, looking at her breasts six inches from the bread, I lost my appetite.
  • Some appetizing soups follow to create more place for tasty fare ahead.
  • Indeed, this is one retelling of the classic children's story that feels inert, unappetizing, and downright revolting.
  • Afterward, I drank whisky with my friends, nibbled at the unappetizing rations, and smoked and smoked.
  • That lake of Conterano -- the accent is on the ante-penultima -- it looked appetising on the map, all alone out there. Alone
  • The sourish fruit concoction is usually eaten with rice and makes an appetising salad.
  • Now in my 50's I don't want to overcommit--I do it sometimes, but it feels like...um...smoking last night's cigarette that you rolled, and it was great, and you didn't smoke it all...but come the morning, it's about as unappetizing as complulsive over commitment! Overcommitted
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