melt in the mouth

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melt in the mouth (third-person singular simple present melts in the mouth, present participle melting in the mouth, simple past and past participle melted in the mouth)

  1. (idiomatic, of food) To be deliciously soft and creamy, create a melting sensation when eaten, and therefore need little chewing.

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melt in the mouth (not comparable)

  1. (idiomatic, of food) Deliciously soft and creamy, creating a melting sensation when eaten, and therefore needing little chewing.

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