morish

morish

(ˈmɔːrɪʃ)
adj
a variant spelling of moreish
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Harvinder Sareen Scholarship to student ambassador Morish Shah for her outstanding achievements and contribution to the mentorship class.
We're combining morish takeaway food with a retro arcade that will take our guests on a journey, harking back to the days where these games were really popular.
Meanwhile, the army of snipers units killed three mercenaries in al-Suids and Raqabat Morish sites and destroyed three military vehicles of the mercenaries in wstern Sudis and al-Ashajar desert.
Abdullah Ahmed Al-alimi (iD), Salem Bashanfer (iD), and Mohammed Abdo Morish
CREW: D Gotze (6)--Skipper, M Wenke (9) Navigator, T Ellis (49), M Hayes (17), J Goluzd (33), A Simpson (6), R Bott (7), K Swiney (9), G Torpy (8), C Wade-Lehmann (1), P Morish, D Herlihy, I Douglas, J Woods, L Blateau
Baba ganoush is a deliciously smokey and morish Middle Eastern dip that works perfectly in place of houmous.
The Jersey potatoes that accompanied it were tasty, as were the vegetables which included miniature sweetcorn, carrots, swede, mange tout and runner beans, but my favourite was the cauliflower cheese that was served in a dish and was golden and creamy with a fantastically morish flavour.
There are no crazy colour schemes and over the top fashion statements and yet it's comfortable, relaxing and strangely 'morish'.
"It was very clear how much they enjoyed it, though - even the youngsters quickly discovered how morish it was.