delectable

[ dih-lek-tuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF delectable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DELECTABLE

He is taken to the roof, from which he sees far off the outlines of the Delectable Mountains.

We'll see dear, delectable Greycroft and have our picnic in the barn?

This delectable dream, with infinite variations, carried Roger home.

"Go and tell him I wish to speak with him," ordered the delectable tyrant.

Nothing was too good for the sweet, delectable creature, and he told him as much.

This last is the most delectable of all—but, alas, it is the one that fades most quickly.

And even if we had not, would not the sense and the satire of it be delectable?

He was a type of that delectable world from which she was shut out.

The day may come when this delectable creature may fall to his portion.

It was the most delectable of all the finny genus, superior even to the pompano.

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