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Sentence count:34+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-08-24Updated:2017-08-24
Similar words: deliciousmaliciouslyviciouslyofficiouslyjudiciouslyauspiciouslyavariciouslysuspiciouslyMeaning: adv. 1. in a very pleasurable manner 2. so as to produce a delightful taste. 
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1 This custard is deliciously smooth and creamy.
2 Despite its very low fat content, it is deliciously creamy.
3 The cream felt deliciously cool on my hot skin.
4 It leaves your hair smelling deliciously fresh and fragrant.
5 This yoghurt has a deliciously creamy flavour.
6 Le Yogurt Actif is deliciously fruity with a refreshingly different taste.
7 It tastes deliciously creamy.
8 We bathed our feet deliciously before sprawling on the soft mossy bank in the drying heat of the sun.
9 The three scents clashed deliciously and fought for supremacy in the hot steamy room.
10 His attempts to write his own screenplay are deliciously comic depictions of fervent banality.
11 Try these deliciously crunchy potato skins with garlic mayonnaise as an alternative to the chive and garlic dressing.
12 They look like deliciously glamorous mice, don't you agree,[] Ludo?
13 And her stomach twisted as she relived deliciously the moments of passion they had so recently shared.
14 It was a deliciously decadent daydream which stirred the blood, sending adrenalin pumping through his system.
15 This deliciously light and quick-to-prepare dinner party menu makes a welcome change from the richer, traditional fare of the season.
16 The beds deliciously comfy and there was always lots of hot water.
17 Captain Black yawned deliciously, rubbed the last lethargy from his eyes and laughed gloatingly.
18 Berti's clear tomato soup is deliciously light.
19 As she dived into the pool, the water felt deliciously cool on her skin.
20 This is a kind of white wine that will drink deliciously for many years.
21 Similarly, the puerile masquerade of seventies non-swearing was worth watching because it was deliciously nonsensical.
22 Perhaps she was never glamorous, nor did she care for make-up, but she was deliciously plump and comely.
23 The film, starring Albert Finney, contains one of the most deliciously bawdy food seductions ever.
24 On top of the hob, the winter greens bubbled deliciously.
25 In early spring, they are adorned with fine panicles of white flowers, often deliciously fragrant.
26 She had repressed the urge to reach over and touch her-this woman who smelled deliciously of perfume and powder.
27 These have a strong fragrance of the tea rose type, later developing deliciously fruity notes which have been compared to citrus, lychee, Sauternes wine and strawberry!
28 Gogol walks this very knife-edge, fine-line between a very sharp observation of someone's descent into madness and, at the same time, playing fairly deliciously with their own sense of delusion.
29 Bright straw colour and refreshing aromas of pineapple , citrus and oaks, vanilla hints. Deliciously versatile.
30 The finger-food menu offers curried Rice Krispies squares and chorizo croquetas with garlic aioli. Try the deliciously sinful fried PBBB sandwich—peanut butter, bacon, and banana.
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