- relish + -able (Wiktionary)
“Yeah, it did require quite a lot of dexterity and hard work, but it's relishable stuff to do.”
“And Isaac, before by his last will and testament he bequeathed his blessing to his son Esau, required him to make some savoury meat, such as his soul loved, i.e., such as was relishable to his blunted palate.”
“Stephen became the picture of vexation and sadness, which, relishable for a moment, caused her the next instant to regret the mistake she had made.”
“It exemplifies the enhanced craftsmanship of the author's recent work; the sheer number of the handicaps Rebus overcomes and the puzzles he solves evince a relishable virtuosity.”
“We shall be giving our readers a relishable taste of St. Simon, the celebrated memoir-writer of the age of Louis XIV., if out of the portrait in words, drawn by him from the life, of Fénelon's princely pupil, we transfer here a few strong lines to our pages.”
“For months I entered the ecstatic union, comprehending why the UPANISHADS say God is RASA, “the most relishable.””
“After a relishable meal of coarse rice, lentil-DHAL, and curry of potatoes with raw bananas, I retired to a small hut adjoining the courtyard.”
“For months I entered the ecstatic union, comprehending why the UPANISHADS say God is RASA, "the most relishable.”
“One of the most relishable pieces of humor evolved in some time.”
“Hylactor got only the offal and the coarser bits, the rest Agathemer made into a relishable broth flavored with marjoram, bay-leaves and other herbs.”
‘relishable’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for relishable.