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verb as in look forward to; appreciate

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Everyone—everyone who has never emailed a Sony employee, at least—relished the thought it was a “dictator move.”

Up to a point, Blanc had relished the title “most hated man in the world.”

Was there a brief window where I relished it, where it proved something about the passage of teenager-hood to manhood?

Rivers loved working, she relished being in the mix, and game.

He hid from the local media and threatened to punch out a TV news director, yet relished moments in the national spotlight.

The guests relished it greatly and Alila's father was praised very much for surprising them with this dainty.

The composer, however, cannot be said to have enjoyed popularity; his works were relished only by the few, not by the many.

Red-hot cinders he highly relished, though in obtaining them he frequently singed off his moustaches.

Great merriment and relished rest followed the discovery of the cause of disturbance, especially as no one was seriously hurt.

I am not fatigued with solitude, yet I have not relished my solitary dinner.


On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to relished, such as: enjoy, savor, prefer, admire, go for, and delight in.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.