Thesaurus / ambrosia
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This, above all nectar and ambrosia, was the favourite dish of Penrod Schofield.

PenrodBooth Tarkington

By day she fed him with ambrosia, and by night covered him with celestial fire, to render him immortal.

I always wondered what it meant when I read that the gods lived on ambrosia and nectar.

Peter Cotterell's TreasureRupert Sargent Holland

The ambrosia and nectar of the feasts of the deities of fable are overshadowed by the fragrance and sweetness of your worshippers.

His winter may come hoar with ideas, and brown October shall be his golden age of orchards and their ambrosia.

TabletsAmos Bronson Alcott

She is said to have been born from the sea of milk when it was churned from ambrosia.

At dinner that day the rice-pudding had the flavor of ambrosia.

It is a terrestrial paradise, a land of four-in-hands and houris and surf-bathing and nectar and ambrosia.

Both, well-winged, sing as they safely guard the treasure of ambrosia.

The nodes coenoeque deum,—them elegant hospitalities where wisdom was moistened with nectar, and wit washed down with ambrosia.

The Fortunes Of GlencoreCharles James Lever

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