juiciness juiciness


  • (n) a juicy appetizingness



  1. Marbling is largely genetic and, as an indicator of quality, a myth; it signals juiciness but not flavor.
  2. The juiciness of these revelations at first obscured how neatly they were tied up in a pleasing tabloid morality tale: prodigal son returns home.
  3. No actors have played the dry wisdom of age with more youthful juiciness than Wilford Brimley and Richard Farnsworth as the skipper and the coach of the Knights.



  1. Referencing Pacino's high-energy performances that often result in saliva escaping from the Oscar winner's mouth, Foxx said Pacino's "juiciness flew off his mouth and landed on my lips. : I took that DNA inside me, and the next thing you know I won...
    on Jun 8, 2007 By: Jamie Foxx Source: USA Today

  2. "Things with knobs are good," Farina says. "I can control the juiciness."
    on Apr 3, 2004 By: Mark Farina Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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