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  • 1 Delicious — Delicious …

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  • 2 Delicious — may refer to: Varieties of apples, namely Red Delicious and Golden Delicious Delicious (film), a 1931 Hollywood musical Delicious (website), a social bookmarking service Delicious (song), a 1994 song by Sleeper Delicious (series), a series of… …

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  • 3 Delicious! — デリシャス! Genre Romance, Drama, Comedy Manga Written by Miyuki Kobayashi (story) Yui Ayumi (art) …

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  • 4 Delicious — De*li cious, a. [OF. delicieus, F. d[ e]licieux, L. deliciosus, fr. deliciae delight, fr. delicere to allure. See {Delight}.] 1. Affording exquisite pleasure; delightful; most sweet or grateful to the senses, especially to the taste; charming.… …

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  • 5 Delicious — Logo de delicious URL http://delicious.com Description Site a but corporatif …

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  • 6 Delicious EP — by Borgore Released June 6, 2011 …

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  • 7 delicious — c.1300 (implied in deliciously), from O.Fr. delicios (Mod.Fr. délicieux), from L.L. deliciosus delicious, delicate, from L. delicia (pl. deliciae) a delight, allurement, charm, from delicere to allure, entice, from de away (see DE (Cf. de …

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  • 8 delicious — ► ADJECTIVE 1) highly pleasant to the taste. 2) delightful: a delicious irony. DERIVATIVES deliciously adverb deliciousness noun. ORIGIN Latin deliciosus, from deliciae delight, pleasure …

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  • 9 delicious — [di lish′əs] adj. [ME < OFr delicieus < L deliciosus < deliciae, delight < OL delicere: see DELICATE] 1. very enjoyable; delightful [a delicious bit of gossip] 2. very pleasing to the senses, esp. to taste or smell n. ☆ [D ] a variety …

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  • 10 delicious — index nectarous, palatable, sapid, savory Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 11 delicious — /di liʃəs/, it. /de litʃus/ agg. ingl. (propr. delizioso ), usato in ital. come agg. [di varietà di mele dalla buccia gialla a macchie o striature rosse, polpa farinosa e sapore dolce] ▶◀ delizioso …

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  • 12 delicious — prid. DEFINICIJA v. delišez …

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  • 13 delicious — delectable, luscious, *delightful Analogous words: *palatable, sapid, savory, toothsome, appetizing: delicate, dainty, exquisite, *choice, rare Contrasted words: distasteful, obnoxious, *repugnant, repellent: *insipid, vapid, flat, wish …

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  • 14 delicious — [adj] pleasing, especially to the taste adorable, ambrosial, appetizing, choice, dainty, darling, delectable, delightful, delish*, distinctive, divine, enjoyable, enticing, exquisite, fit for king*, good, gratifying, heavenly, luscious, lush,… …

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  • 15 Delicious — Neues Logo seit August 2008 Ehemaliges Logo bis Juli 2008 …

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  • 16 delicious — 01. This cake is [delicious]. What s in it? 02. She made a [delicious] drink using a banana, orange juice, milk, and frozen blueberries. 03. Our milkshakes are [deliciously] refreshing. 04. She looked [delicious] in her light blue and white… …

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  • 17 delicious — URL http://delicious.com Description Site collaboratif de partage de signet …

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  • 18 delicious — deliciously, adv. deliciousness, n. /di lish euhs/, adj. 1. highly pleasing to the senses, esp. to taste or smell: a delicious dinner; a delicious aroma. 2. very pleasing; delightful: a delicious sense of humor. n. 3. (cap.) a red or yellow… …

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  • 19 delicious — adj. VERBS ▪ be, look, smell, sound, taste ▪ The recipe sounds delicious. ▪ The beef tasted delicious. ADVERB …

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  • 20 delicious — de|li|cious [ dı lıʃəs ] adjective * 1. ) with a very pleasant taste or smell: This sauce is delicious with fish or vegetables. The fruit tasted delicious. absolutely/simply/quite delicious: The cheese is soft and white and absolutely delicious.… …

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