sweet teeth

sweet tooth

noun
a liking or craving for candy and other sweets.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English

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sweet tooth
 
n
a strong liking for sweet foods

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sweet tooth
"fondness for sugary stuff," late 14c., from sweet (adj.) + tooth in the sense of "taste, liking" (see toothsome under tooth).
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