One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Oh, dear, fed most scrumptiously on the most beautiful prime ribs of beef you've ever cast eyes upon.’
- ‘This was in fact a sort of Bramwell tart and nothing like plum pudding but it was a scrumptiously perfect balance of pastry and jam.’
- ‘But for what one order of Kobe beef costs, you can get six orders of the scrumptiously briny toro tartare with caviar.’
- ‘The witch's house was a tour-de-force, scrumptiously edible and incorporating the frozen figures of her earlier victims.’
- ‘The craic was mighty and the eats plentiful, varied and delicious, scrumptiously washed down by copious draughts to suit all tastes.’
- ‘I had the same thought with the little tidbit of scrumptiously seasoned pigeon breast.’
- ‘I think scrumptiously yummy chef Nigella Lawson is a far better role model to the young than our Nic, God love her.’
- ‘Sarah lifted a slice and gingerly handed it to her, scrumptiously fragrant and piping hot.’
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