cheesiness


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cheesiness

The characteristic of a partially dried paint film which results in tearing and crumbling when pulled with the fingernail.
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Vegan mac and cheese, bulked up with grilled cauliflower florets if you want, gets its "cheesiness" and creaminess from nutritional yeast.
Then, with all the cheesiness it can muster, just as we see the bomber prepare to blow himself up, instead the sky erupts with fireworks.
What Caesars should embrace is its innate cheesiness, that ooey-gooey factor that makes ballpark nachos so desirable at concession stands.
Even its cheesiness is pleasing, like the bit where Sara thinks back to Michi the park ranger's advice, having just seen people turn into demons, a photo come to life, maggots crawl around in her hand and wriggle under her skin, etc.
Our library team of students also added a 'cheese-metre' to warn our prospective dates of the cheesiness of the romance.
OUT OUALBUM Teaming with producer David Fridmann for their third album has merely magnified the essential Johnny Come Lately cheesiness of The Vaccines.
The risk is whether its cheesiness -- and the bad publicity when things go south -- take a toll on a network's reputation.
Her house is my second home and she's my constant source of entertainment, laugh trips, cheesiness, and loveliness.
If "AE-k Sana Benzer" wholeheartedly embraced its cheesiness and kitsch, instead of taking itself so seriously, it could have been a wonderful melodrama on par with YeE-ilcam, yet its unreachable ambitions get in the way.
However, the Cuban was the most interesting with a fragrant cheesiness accented by the acidity of lime.
Joining their ranks is the latest weepy based on a novel by Nicholas Sparks, which comes with a finale of such open-mouthed cheesiness, your jaw may actually dislocate.