relish

Part of speech: verb

To flavor.

Part of speech: verb

To like the taste of; enjoy.

Part of speech: verb

To yield or have a flavor, especially an agreeable flavor.

Part of speech: noun

Appetite; liking; commonly with for.

Part of speech: noun

Flavor; a pleasing taste, in food or drink.

Part of speech: noun

Something that relishes; a slight savory dish.

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Usage examples "relish":

  1. I'll eat you with greater relish." - "The Adventures of Pinocchio", C. Collodi--Pseudonym of Carlo Lorenzini.
  2. The young man spoke for himself now, with a keen relish for Sylvia's words. - "The Bent Twig", Dorothy Canfield.
  3. Then, as if he had some relish of a joke, he took them up, looked them over thoughtfully, and put them in the sack again, whereupon the boy Paul burst into tears. - "Darrel of the Blessed Isles", Irving Bacheller.