Ambrosia (noun)

  1. The food or drink of the gods in Greek and Roman mythology, believed to confer immortality.
  2. Something with an exquisite taste or aroma; delicacy.


Late 16th century, from latin ambrosia, from greek ambrosia, from ambrotos (immortal).


  1. The gods ate ambrosia and drank nectar to maintain their immortality.
  2. The chef's signature dish was an ambrosia of flavors.
  3. The ambrosia salad is a favorite at potluck dinners.
  4. The wine had a bouquet of ambrosia.
  5. This dessert is an ambrosia for the taste buds.
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