relish

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  • Info A relish is a cooked, pickled, or chopped vegetable or fruit food item typically used as a condiment in particular to enhance a staple. more...
  • He did not relish a go-between, even such a successful one as his secretary. Cited from Slippy McGee, Sometimes Known as the Butterfly Man, Marie Conway Oemler
  • We could hardly say no, and yet we neither of us relished the offer. Cited from My Friend Smith, by Talbot Baines Reed
  • When the proper time for play came, he had no relish for it. Cited from The Child at Home, by John S.C. Abbott
  • There were some who could have relished his meaning, and whose lives he would have helped. Cited from Thyrza, George Gissing
  • I thought of them as fighting material -- and did not relish the thought. Cited from The Blood Ship, by Norman Springer
  • He relished the chance the album gave him to "keep writing better songs".
  • Prisoners we have taken say that they have no relish for the fighting. Cited from New York Times Current History: The European War, Feb 1915
  • I shall keep my sharp relishes for our own private table. Cited from The Other Girls, by Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney
  • They always serve them up before dinner in Russia as a kind of relish. Cited from The Prairie Farmer, Vol. 56, No. 2, January 12, 1884, by Various
  • And I doubt if any of us relish the position when it comes to the point. Cited from The Great Amulet, by Maud Diver
  • Say, little person, do you think you can relish a square meal? Cited from North of Fifty-Three, by Bertrand W. Sinclair
  • People with natural taste do not care for ice water, but other water is relished. Cited from Maintaining Health, by R. L. Alsaker
  • You will often have to do duties which you cannot relish, and in which you see no meaning. Cited from Sermons Preached at Brighton, by Frederick W. Robertson
  • Tea is much more relished by the men; indeed they could not do well without it. Cited from Expeditions to Sth. Australia I, Charles Sturt
  • She did not relish his laughter, and so looked away out of the window. Cited from Other Main-Travelled Roads, by Hamlin Garland
  • He rolled the latter off as though he relished the sound of the words. Cited from Highways in Hiding, by George Oliver Smith
  • Any one who had seen me would have supposed that talk like this was what I most relished. Cited from My Friend Smith, by Talbot Baines Reed
  • I think he now relishes life as well as any really thoughtful man of middle life can. Cited from The Foundations of Personality, by Abraham Myerson
  • He did not seem to relish my speech, but said nothing. Cited from The Great Lone Land, by W. F. Butler
  • He relished command of a force small enough to know every constable well.
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Meaning of relish

  • noun Spicy or savory condiment
  • noun The taste experience when a savoury condiment is taken into the mouth