Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a delicious manner; in a manner to please the taste or gratify the mind; sweetly; daintily; delightfully; luxuriously.
- adv. In a delicious manner.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. Delightfully.
- adv. so as to produce a delightful taste
- adv. in a very pleasurable manner
“He lets it lie where it may (using the long-forgotten art form of understatement) - and boy, does the whole thing curl around your subconscious in deliciously disturbing ways!”
“Joanne Harris is known for crafting enticing storylines set in deliciously imaginative locales.”
“I got the number 5, which was basically a tempura taco springroll with shrimp and steak, aka deliciously perfect, and the number 16, which was essentially the same thing over noodles instead of inside a tempura crepe (I shared; I promise).”
“At Hipster Pho, I got the number 5, which was basically a tempura taco springroll with shrimp and steak, aka deliciously perfect, and the number 16, which was essentially the same thing over noodles instead of inside a tempura crepe”
“I recall deliciously cuddling my sons in their earliest years.”
“It's the star here at Percy, available traditional (part "moist" - aka deliciously fatty - and part lean, with burnt ends) or extra lean, for those averse to the fat.”
“This is turning out to be a great summer for lovers of cliches: France's football team is behaving with the kind of deliciously Gallic huffiness last seen from Pepe le Pew after being rejected by a suitor.”
“Ponder- It just kind of deliciously pops languidly out of my mouth.”
“When she visited the police station, she'd talk about Sam's aura, go through some routine of clutching her knobbly elbows, and shiver "deliciously" (as she put it) at what Sammy couldn't sense.”
“Oh, how much I will miss this kind of deliciously Roman furor!”
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