Definition of toothsome:
hot, busty, full-bosomed, juicy, gamey, delicious, heavenly, bosomy, scrumptious, delectable, gamy, tasteful, luscious, voluptuous, red-hot, buxom, sonsy, pleasant-tasting, yummy, blistering, curvy, risque, luxuriant, voluptuary, stacked, luxurious, racy, curvaceous, sizzling, epicurean, delightful, sexually attractive, ingestion, well-endowed, sonsie, blue, naughty, sybaritic, fat.
- savory (part of speech: adjective)
- tasty (part of speech: adjective)
I could hardly believe my ears when the comfortable mistress of the house told me that at that very moment a toothsome duck was roasting, and that it would and should be placed before us in a quarter of an hour.- "The Brother of Daphne", Dornford Yates.
We did not allow Nellie inside the house, to Sigurd's grieved surprise, but his dinner- dish was regularly set out of doors, by the back steps, and Nellie, every now and then, when her own rations had not been satisfactory or when Sigurd had peculiarly toothsome viands on his plate, would take advantage of his chivalry to play on him a low- down trick.- "Sigurd Our Golden Collie and Other Comrades of the Road", Katharine Lee Bates.
Probably they would never come back to this town, but sleep on their big engine every night; and every day, from the toothsome dainties of the train- boy Sullivan's basket, they would " eat all they could hold."- "The Boss of Little Arcady", Harry Leon Wilson.