Relishable


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Rel´ish`a`ble


a.1.Capable of being relished; agreeable to the taste; gratifying.
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Kathak was refined and redefined to make it relishable by men from all walks of life, cutting across all man-made barriers.
When so many impossibilities are woven matter-of-factly into a relishable entertainment, can not-being be so hard to swallow?
But we know--when we let ourselves go in this experience of spirit, when the tangible and assignable, the relishable element disappears, when everything takes on the taste of death and destruction, or when everything disappears as if in an inexpressible, as it were white, colorless and intangible beatitude--then in actual fact it is not merely the spirit but the Holy Spirit who is at work in us.