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juicy, moist, luscious, lush, fleshy, pulpy, soft, tender, fresh, ripeView synonyms
- ‘A rich cashmere throw, a pair of princess-worthy slippers, and some delish candles will keep her nest well feathered.’
- ‘The third brunch was quiet and local and delish, with newspapers and story printouts and indulgent-on-his-part discussion of character interactions.’
- ‘The ‘protein clusters’ resemble astronaut food, but the dried strawberries and blueberries make the whole mix delish.’
- ‘Espresso was delish, but cappuccino and Americano coffees were dreadful, according to Anna at least.’
- ‘Then turn out on to a plate and you have a delish caramel pear tart.’
- ‘The moules were delish and the frites were few (scandalous!)’
- ‘TV's fish is now more delish with a tangy twist of lime.’
- ‘The BBQ pork sandwich was delish, and at $3.39, I could have put down three.’
- ‘They turned out very pretty, and quite a delish; I even liked them, although I could only eat a couple of bites a time.’
- ‘During our pre-golf dining at the snack bar, I definitely dipped a slice of pizza into nacho cheese, which was a first for me… delish.’
- ‘Ray (the fish, not a man) with an egg (that's what I thought, but it was very nice indeed) salad, asparagus, beans and some creamy delish sauce.’
- ‘Simplicity of dishes, spring rolls with a delish peanut sauce, spicy calamari, warm rice cake dessert’
- ‘No need to ditch the chocolate chips always and forever, but regularly substituting something like fruit or frozen yogurt is smart and delish.’
- ‘One night it was beef in a sweet chilli sauce… delish.’
- ‘The meat itself was fall-off-the-bone good, tender as can be, and served with a delish pale orange swirl of mashed potato and carrot, seasoned with a dash of cinnamon for dramatic effect.’
- ‘I tried once with the original butter-only, and that was quite delish.’
- ‘The early bird menu is very good value and a delish treat in all courses.’
- ‘We can't think of anyone who wouldn't want something this delish.’
- ‘But, after a huge amount of delish Indian takeaway food last night, I had to have a sausage barm and two rounds of toast this morning.’
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