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1Highly pleasant to the taste.‘delicious home-baked brown bread’
mouth-watering, appetizing, tasty, flavoursome, flavourful, delectable, toothsome, inviting, very enjoyable, very palatableView synonyms
- ‘The prawns were delicious and the salad accompanying it was incredibly fresh and crisp.’
- ‘It was delicious and very moreish and one which I'll try to recreate at home.’
- ‘Quinces have to be cooked, when they turn the most becoming pink and taste delicious.’
- ‘When he eventually opened the foil packet, the smell was amazing and the venison tasted delicious too.’
- ‘No worries, they taste delicious and you will probably find your guests gobble them all up in no time.’
- ‘The point of this delicious salad is to gather whatever you have ready in the garden.’
- ‘The wind may change, the smoke may drift over them, and still they taste delicious.’
- ‘I often put a table out of doors at my house in Surrey and pile it with big pots of delicious pasta and salads.’
- ‘Golden Wonder was not a high yielding potato but it used to be referred to as the king of spuds with a delicious taste.’
- ‘The chicken tasted very fresh and the sauce was delicious with a strong mustard flavour.’
- ‘Breakfast was included and consisted of delicious banana bread and juices.’
- ‘The delicious French bread we occasionally buy from our local deli is not French but Irish.’
- ‘I chose the Thai fishcakes and mango salad, which were delicious and had a great chilli kick.’
- ‘They nearly always taste delicious and everyone seems to really like them.’
- ‘We knew that we were going to be tasting some delicious dishes when we saw the huge variety of spices lined up.’
- ‘Pork rillettes were a little salty for my taste but nonetheless delicious.’
- ‘Of course, the problem with sweets and cakes is that they taste delicious and we end up eating more than we set out to.’
- ‘Now that's actually really good for your voice and it tastes absolutely delicious.’
- ‘Learn how to tell when a custard is set, why eggs need to be relaxed before baking, and taste delicious results!’
- ‘There will be the opportunity to taste many of the delicious products displayed.’
- 1.1 Delightful.‘a delicious irony’
delightful, exquisite, delectable, lovely, pleasurable, extremely enjoyable, extremely pleasantView synonyms
- ‘There's a delicious, almost salivatory frisson to the way she discusses them.’
- ‘It would be a delicious irony if these actions now deem him to be unfit to sit on the council.’
- ‘From sponge bags to aprons, from cushions to quilts, all covered in the delicious colours of spring.’
- ‘Which would make that irony even more delicious.’
- ‘In a stroke of delicious irony, their transformative record is merely alright.’
- ‘But then Nicole arrives looking simply delicious, and her voice is tolerable enough.’
- ‘In fact, the whole middle third of the album is just delicious.’
- ‘And for a few, brief, delicious seconds, you might even do a bit of thinking about them.’
Middle English (also in the sense ‘characterized by sensuous indulgence’): via Old French from late Latin deliciosus, from Latin deliciae (plural) ‘delight, pleasure’.
A red or yellow variety of eating apple with a sweet flavor and a slightly elongated shape, originally cultivated in the US.
- ‘Jonathons, Delicious, or any other sweet variety produce excellent results without the addition of sugar.’
- ‘The flavor of Virginia Golden Delicious apples is exceptional and, because of an extended shelf life, these apples will last and last.’
- ‘The best Red Delicious apples are from upstate New York.’
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