juiciness : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a juicy appetizingness

  • Marbling is largely genetic and, as an indicator of quality, a myth; it signals juiciness but not flavor.
  • The juiciness of these revelations at first obscured how neatly they were tied up in a pleasing tabloid morality tale: prodigal son returns home.
  • 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.

  • Jamie Foxx in USA Today
    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...
  • Mark Farina in San Francisco Chronicle
    Things with knobs are good,Farina says. "I can control the juiciness."

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