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verb as in look forward to; appreciate

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As he relishes his triumph, a larger, grinning version of the man materializes in the background, eyeing his prey.

She only likes signing controversial clients, and relishes being able to capitalize on a scandal.

Every word and every gesture in her hands is an opportunity, and she relishes each one of them with palpable delight.

Now 48, Brooks relishes his success in movies all the more because it came so late.

Backer says he relishes the idea of the issue going to court.

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

Your high-spiced wines are not better liked than a red-skin relishes this water; especially when his natur' is ailing.

With these chief dishes they associate relishes levied indifferently from the rest of the Fly clan.

Note his language; It relishes of better breeding than His present state dares promise.

Nature, from the plentiful productions of the above, regales them with a variety of the finest flavours and exalted relishes.


On this page you'll find 65 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to relishes, such as: gusto, zest, heart, love, liking, and taste.

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