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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmouth-wateringˈmouth-ˌwatering adjective  DELICIOUSfood that is mouth-watering looks or smells extremely good a mouth-watering aroma coming from the kitchen
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mouth-wateringThe waitress came round with a tray of mouth-watering cream cakes.The many mouth-watering desserts of Touraine are based on fruits.Corbett could smell the heavy, thick fragrance of those mouth-watering dishes he had seen being prepared in the kitchen.Breakfast and lunch are well-presented with abundant and mouth-watering self-service buffets.the mouth-watering smell of freshly baked breadThe delicatessen sells a mouth-watering variety of cooked meats and cheeses.The Kintyre bar has a large selection of mouth-watering whiskies and the meals in the restaurant offer high quality cooking.
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