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Noun
Plural for a pleasant taste
“Emphasize the fact that the pleasure derived from the relish of food often leads to overeating and gluttony.”
Noun
Plural for a piquant sauce or pickle eaten with plain food to add flavor
“Chad engulfs half a hamburger, coated with a mixture of pickle relish and ketchup.”
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Plural for the act or state of greatly enjoying or finding satisfaction in something
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“That which remained of the buffalo the men devoured with great relish, as it was the first meat they had tasted since leaving Gondokoro.”
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Plural for the act or state of anticipating something with excitement
“Something new and exciting was happening in his life, and he looked forward to it with great relish.”
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Plural for a fondness or positive regard for something
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“In such a society, there was naturally a great relish for public festivals, both sacred and secular.”
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Plural for the fervor or tireless devotion for a person, cause, or ideal and determination in its furtherance
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Plural for characterized by great energy, vigor or liveliness
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Plural for an aromatic or pungent vegetable substance used to flavor food
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Plural for denoting a strong feeling of emotional attachment
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Plural for a relish consisting of vegetables or fruit preserved in vinegar or brine
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Plural for roe of the sturgeon or other large fish, considered a delicacy
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India relishes
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Plural for something set round or upon a dish as an embellishment
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Plural for the state of being thankful
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Plural for something that is considered a luxury or treat, especially food
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Plural for a small dish of food or a drink taken before a meal or the main course of a meal to stimulate one's appetite
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To enjoy something greatly
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“She did secretarial training but didn't much relish being a secretary; rather she longed to be an actress and a traveler.”
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To anticipate eagerly
“Now, Mr. Secretary, I do not particularly relish starting out on an unpleasant note with you on your first appearance.”
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To take self-indulgent pleasure in
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To take great pleasure in (something)
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To have a desire for
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To sample the flavor of something orally
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To trust or accept as true or credible
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To anticipate something with great eagerness
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Enjoy oneself or celebrate in a noisy or boisterous way
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