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- n. The state or quality of being delicious.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being delicious.
- n. Luxury.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being delicious or very grateful to the senses or mind: as, the deliciousness of a repast; the deliciousness of a sonnet.
- n. That which is delicious; delicacies; luxuries; dainties.
- n. Indulgence in delicacies; luxury.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. extreme appetizingness
It really doesn't matter if it's fall, winter, summer, or spring ... deliciousness is never out of style.
The tour to which all of this deliciousness is but a prelude!
There would be a certain deliciousness in Dotzauer paying off his loan with the proceeds from a libel suit against you, though.
But the days of this culinary lottery appear to be numbered as a substance first known only to science - bottled 'deliciousness' - is coming to the High Street.
The garbage food that’s been engineered for its deliciousness is what they want to eat when tempted by its presence.
This hunk of banana deliciousness was the epitome of banana bundts.
I can recall the deliciousness of the stale crusts lying in the sun on these same paths, thrown out for the hens but picked up by me.
Porky deliciousness, which is really just a way to bring up Ted Stevens, who Palin has decided should resign.
I rarely post a recipe here unless I've enjoyed it very much - so the "deliciousness" criterion really is of no use here.
Wherefore did David, who was both a prophet and a king, himself also live all his time in toils? whereas Solomon his son spent forty years in security above all men, in the enjoyment of profound peace, glory, and honor, and going through every kind of deliciousness?