Ambrosial ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Ambrosial ( adjective )

Having a delightful taste or fragrance; delicious.

Origin:

From greek ἀμβροσία, ambrosia, food or drink of the gods in ancient mythology.

Examples:

  1. The ambrosial fruit was so sweet that it could not be compared to anything on earth.
  2. The scent of roses in the air was ambrosial.
  3. The ambrosial dinner was a feast for the senses.
  4. The sweet fragrance of the flowers made the air ambrosial.
  5. The ambrosial desserts were a temptation to all who entered the bakery.

(As a noun)

Ambrosial ( noun )

Having a delightful taste or fragrance; delicious.

Origin:

From greek ἀμβροσία, ambrosia, food or drink of the gods in ancient mythology.

Examples:

  1. The ambrosial fruit was so sweet that it could not be compared to anything on earth.
  2. The scent of roses in the air was ambrosial.
  3. The ambrosial dinner was a feast for the senses.
  4. The sweet fragrance of the flowers made the air ambrosial.
  5. The ambrosial desserts were a temptation to all who entered the bakery.
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