sweet tooth


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sweet tooth

A popular term for a person’s tendency to prefer sweetened—e.g., candies, cakes, desserts—to unsweetened foods.
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"Both of them have a serious sweet tooth. So whenever Reese wants to reach for a chocolate bar she calls Jen instead and vice versa," reports femalefirst.co.uk.