Definition of droolworthy in English:

droolworthy

adjective

informal
  • 1Extremely attractive or desirable.

    ‘up close he was even more droolworthy’
    • ‘She didn't take drinks from strange men, even droolworthy ones.’
    • ‘The young designer's bags are truly droolworthy, combining soft, supple leather with the lightest kiss of metal hardware.’
    • ‘Bonus: The website is user-friendly and drool-worthy and gets extra points for using Avante Garde and Cooper Black Italic as its two main fonts.’
    • ‘They are strong, just as droolworthy and men you'd be proud to fall in love with.’
    • ‘An incredible cast and a drool-worthy director make this the most promising of the holiday season selection.’
    • ‘In addition there is this droolworthy webpage about the sale of his collection.’
    • ‘It was two hours and one roller coaster of a ride in Tyler's drool-worthy convertible later.’
    • ‘Fashion plates were supposed to illustrate the season's most covetable and drool-worthy styles, and inspire everyone to imitate them as soon as resources allowed.’
    • ‘His bike is awesome and he is most definitely droolworthy.’
    • ‘"The company can't both claim that their product is superior to all others, a perfect object that's droolworthy, and then later admit that it has the same reception problems as all other smartphones."’
    • ‘So far as I can see, the choices are an Olympus C5050 or a Canon G5, which just looks droolworthy on the catalogue pages.’
    • ‘For some players, this will be truly drool-worthy, with plenty of camera angles designed to capture the most salacious shots.’
    • ‘His droolworthy, touchworthy body makes up for it.’
    • ‘However, there are certain aspects of it that are droolworthy, like the accelerometer-based Google Maps Streetview.’
    • ‘He is droolworthy.’
    • ‘I've been reading about a fab church (with drool-worthy architecture, stained glass windows and stone masonry work to covet) in NZ.’
    • ‘This version of the app manager is better thought out than the concepts we've seen before, which were already droolworthy.’
    • ‘The visual effects are also drool-worthy, and the silky smooth animations are also up to snuff.’
    • ‘What makes it drool-worthy is its updated design and an even bigger color screen.’
    • ‘The dollar still being relatively weak, transactions can work out cheaper as well as making available droolworthy gizmos and doodads that can't be found here.’
    1. 1.1 (of food or drink) smelling or looking delicious.
      ‘droolworthy pastries and baked goods’
      • ‘The latter is a downtown restaurant that has been serving the best ribs on the planet since 1948; seriously drool-worthy pork ribs that they can ship anywhere in America.’
      • ‘The pastries shown in pic 4 are just some of the drool-worthy foods on offer at the food market every Saturday morning.’
      • ‘The exquisite fare includes droolworthy dishes such as Risotto with Red Cabbage and Potatoes, Home-made Tortelli filled with Provolone Cheese, Fresh Blue Crab Salad Meat, and Braised Lamb.’
      • ‘This drool-worthy dessert is a chocoholic's dream come true.’
      • ‘They sipped champagne while nibbling on drool-worthy canapes at a private pre-performance party in full view of everyone.’
      • ‘Each year, she and her husband, Dennis, travel south from their Indiana home to sell droolworthy, belly-busting treats at state fairs and festivals.’
      • ‘An online competition is expected to heat up local kitchens as home cooks try their hand at turning a mystery box of ingredients into a droolworthy dish.’
      • ‘Then there's the fish, so many varieties of fish available and so many achingly drool-worthy ways of cooking them.’
      • ‘Rolf went for the confit chicken flatbread and I opted for the roast aubergine, then kicked myself when I spotted one of the meze platters, which looked droolworthy.’
      • ‘Such a droolworthy pasta, looks rich and creamy.’

Pronunciation

droolworthy

/ˈdruːlwəːði/