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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtoothsometooth‧some /ˈtuːθsəm/ adjective old-fashioned  CTDELICIOUStasting very good an attractive and toothsome dish
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toothsometoothsome chocolatesEven though DeVito has extracted a toothsome performance which insiders predict could win Jack an Oscar nomination.It only happened twice; both fellows had been pretty toothsome, up to that point.To Letterman, who was once a fan of Marcuse, it is a distinctly toothsome word.
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