View definitions for relish
noun as in great appreciation of something
You’ll also likely have leftovers of the green kpakpo shito salsa, an onion-and-chile relish that packs the same kind of fiery heat as the finished jollof.
I was well into my 20s when I found out that if you order a hot dog outside of Chicago, it will just be a steamed link in a bun, though the vendor may offer you things like sauerkraut or onions or relish or mustard.
We scraped off the bottom layer and ate the crumbs with relish.
When I opened the carton of otherwise delicious deviled eggs, I discovered their crab and relish toppings had slid off.
Democrats either approached the task with relish or with some caveats about how they hated that the country had come to this.
Catherine also seems to relish the danger and violence of her job.
In the early scenes as he studies his own regenerated image in a mirror he concludes with relish: “These are attack eyebrows.”
The slaw is vaguely like piccalilli or relish, but has a taste and drippy texture like no other.
We relish crime depicted well and expect a level of authenticity in the portrayal.
Regardless of the outcome, this is not the kind of political fight I relish.
We were much alike in our tastes and habits, yet there was enough of difference between us to impart a relish to our friendship.
She had no wish to emulate, but neither did she relish feeling provincial, a chit, an outsider.
After this he awoke much refreshed, and having obtained some rice from the native chief, ate a little with relish.
Mr. Rice, the owner of the plantation, was a hot Southern sympathizer, but he did not relish his present company.
She did not relish hearing that Ethel wanted nothing but attention to be more than her equal, and she thought Richard mistaken.
On this page you'll find 148 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to relish, such as: gusto, zest, appetite, bias, delectation, and diversion.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.