Alternative forms edit
- appetising (mostly British)
- That appeals to, or stimulates the appetite.
- This food looks so appetizing.
- 1815 February 24, [Walter Scott], Guy Mannering; or, The Astrologer. […], volumes (please specify |volume=I to III), Edinburgh: […] James Ballantyne and Co. for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, […]; and Archibald Constable and Co., […], →OCLC:
- The appearance of the wild ducks is very appetizing.
- (by extension) Appealing or enticing.
- See also Thesaurus:delicious
Derived terms edit
that appeals to, or stimulates the appetite
- any food traditionally eaten with a bagel, as an accompaniment, topping or filling; including dairy products and pareve but not meat
- 2019 January 23, Yamit Behar Wood, “The Appetizing World of Murray’s”, in Jewish Journal:
- And of all the foods that are represented in the city, perhaps none has remained so tied to Jewish tradition and identity as appetizings.
- 2020 November 11, Joshua David Stein, “Good-bye to the Lox Sherpa of Russ & Daughters”, in Grub Street:
- Alina Sheffi, a slicer at Russ & Daughters, stands at her usual spot in the long, narrow space behind the glass display case full of cream cheese, sides of lox, pickled herring, white fish, schmaltz, and all other manner of appetizing.