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.

Origin:

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

Examples:

  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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