Thesaurus / relishes


If he ate alone, he had a book by his trencher of dry bread rarely garnished with relishes.

Hugh, Bishop of LincolnCharles L. Marson

Not a month in the year is left wholly barren of these relishes for the tea-table.

In separate bowls are placed morsels of pork, fish, chicken, vegetables and other relishes.

Our bill of fare was made up mainly of corn and beans, with an occasional sheep or goat, and some herbs and roots as relishes.

He requires no stimulants at work, but when he is through he relishes a glass of wine.

Methods of AuthorsHugo Erichsen

For every cheerful man does well; and relishes those things that are good, and despises sadness.

"Maybe you think I ain't a-comin'," he exclaimed, with the air of a man who has invented a joke that he relishes.

What he relishes abroad is probably what is lacking, what he dislikes abroad is perhaps more perfect in his own country.

I protest I take as great an interest in my friend's pleasures, his relishes, and proper satisfactions, as in mine own.

Full and easily she breathed, as one who relishes sweet air like the taste of pure water.


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