One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Indulge your taste buds in an ambrosial meal prepared by a creative Hawaiian chef, then take a long languorous walk, arm in arm, along the beach.’
- ‘But when I pop one into my mouth, it is ambrosial.’
- ‘A rose covered arbour smells ambrosial, looks even better and the path through it leads you into the garden.’
- ‘These berries, each no bigger than the tip of your little finger, have an intensely concentrated flavor I can describe only as ambrosial - reminiscent of strawberries, roses, and pineapples.’
- ‘A pity, because the beautifully poached damsons, greengages and plums which accompanied them were ambrosial enough to serve on their own.’
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