[ UK /tˈuːθsʌm/ ]
  1. extremely pleasing to the sense of taste
  2. acceptable to the taste or mind
    a palatable solution to the problem
    palatable food
  3. having strong sexual appeal
    juicy barmaids
    a toothsome blonde in a tight dress
    a voluptuous woman
    a red-hot mama
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How To Use toothsome In A Sentence

  • There was Macca, all apparently blond and toothsome, but the showers after training revealed his natural hair colour was ginger.
  • He serves it on a toothsome, melt-in-the-mouth compote of beetroot, red onion and red cabbage, delicately flavoured with a hint of caraway and possibly cumin seed.
  • You only have until Tuesday to grab the last of this toothsome Aussie white, which delivers lots of mouthwateringly zesty tropical fruit that oozes with juicy melon and vanilla style.
  • We gathered a hatful of mushrooms, those toothsome "plants in masquerade," which grow in great perfection in this valley. Janey Canuck in the West
  • It was an israeli couscous salad with just a touch of orzo, yellow split peas, quinoa mixed with diced red onion, cucumber, and tomatoes, sliced basil, chopped parsley, s + p probably a sherry vinaigrette of some sort, sounds pretty basic but with the split peas giving it a nice toothsome crunch and the quinoa was a nice surprise to boot. Pearl couscous with olives and roasted tomatoes | smitten kitchen
  • Not sure why, but they both make my skin crawl or in the case of "toothsome", my teeth itch. Reading, Writing, Cooking and Crafting: 7 random food facts
  • Cheek on the grains after 15 minutes of cooking, then keep checking every. 10 minutes or so until the grains achieve the desired toothsome texture.
  • The bulging menu is simple but varied and especially good for seafood lovers with a choice of five prawn dishes, a toothsome crayfish pasta and numerous oyster and scallop offerings.
  • If you've got a soft spot for the tall, dark and handsome archetype, chances are your real-life partner is short, blond and, well, not so toothsome.
  • There was an apple orchard with every variety from the toothsome little "Junes" to the "Father Abrahams" that hung on the War stories and school-day incidents for the children,
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