deliciously


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de·li·cious

 (dĭ-lĭsh′əs)
adj.
1. Highly pleasing or agreeable to the senses, especially of taste or smell.
2. Very pleasant; delightful: a delicious revenge.

[Middle English, from Anglo-Norman, from Late Latin dēliciōsus, pleasing, from Latin dēlicia, pleasure : dē-, intensive pref.; see de- + lacere, to entice.]

de·li′cious·ly adv.
de·li′cious·ness n.
Synonyms: delicious, delectable, luscious, scrumptious, toothsome, yummy
These adjectives mean very pleasing to the sense of taste: a delicious pâté; delectable raspberries; luscious chocolate bonbons; a scrumptious peach; a toothsome apple; yummy fudge.

De·li·cious

 (dĭ-lĭsh′əs)
n.
Either of two varieties of apple, the Golden Delicious or the Red Delicious.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.deliciously - in a very pleasurable manner; "they were walking along the beach slowly and deliciously"
2.deliciously - so as to produce a delightful taste; "I bought some more of these deliciously sweet peaches"
Translations
بصورَةٍ طَيِّبَه ولَذيذه
lahodně
dejligtlækkert
unaîslega, yndislega
lahodne

deliciously

[dɪˈlɪʃəslɪ] ADVdeliciosamente, exquisitamente

deliciously

[dɪˈlɪʃəsli] adv (= delightfully) [creamy, rich, sweet] → délicieusement; [fresh, fragrant] → délicieusementdeli counter nrayon m traiteur

deliciously

adv
(= tastily) tender, creamyköstlich
(= delightfully) warm, fresh, fragrantherrlich

delicious

(diˈliʃəs) adjective
highly pleasing to the taste. a delicious meal.
deˈliciously adverb
deˈliciousness noun
References in classic literature ?
From all the windows the candles were gleaming, and it smelt so deliciously of roast goose, for you know it was New Year's Eve; yes, of that she thought.
No more could he help it than could he help responding with a snarl when threatened by a club; no more could he help it than when he had spoiled the turn of Dick and Daisy Bell when swept by the strains of "Roll Me Down to Rio"; no more could he help it than could Jerry, on the deck of the Ariel, help singing when Villa Kennan put her arms around him, smothered him deliciously in her cloud of hair, and sang his memory back into time and the fellowship of the ancient pack.
replied the oak bitingly, "how deliciously cosy it is to stand here buttoned to the neck and watch you poor naked creatures shivering
The German humorous papers are beautifully printed upon fine paper, and the illustrations are finely drawn, finely engraved, and are not vapidly funny, but deliciously so.
More nebulous were the memories of those early mornings when she had paused in the midst of getting breakfast to sniff in the clover-laden air and think how wonderful it would be if only she needn't stay in the hot, stuffy kitchen but could be free to call Bill and go picnicking or loaf deliciously under one of the big elms.
He was deliciously flattered to discover that Miss Wilkinson was in love with him: she told him so in English, and she told him so in French.
I am done with him,' said James (wiping his cane with his cambric handkerchief), and his sword clattered deliciously (I cannot think this was accidental), which made my mother sigh.
Such a deliciously creepy song it was, in which they pretended to be frightened at their own shadows, little witting that so soon shadows would close in upon them, from whom they would shrink in real fear.
When next I saw them, they were gazing greedily into the window of the sixpenny-halfpenny shop, which is one of the most deliciously dramatic spots in London.
Instead of which she was hopelessly and deliciously feminine.
Button-Bright was glad the Candy Man stayed in the Throne Room, because the boy thought this guest smelled deliciously of wintergreen and maple sugar.
He found himself lying upon a bed deliciously soft, with lace-edged sheets and lavender-perfumed bed hangings.