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1. We had a scrumptious time.
2. Diaz's food is as scrumptious to the palate as the bank lobby is beautiful to behold.
3. That was absolutely scrumptious !
4. What a scrumptious meal!
5. Scrumptious peanut cookies were personally made by the young ones in Bayan Lepas.
6. There are delicious, happy sniffs and scrumptious snacks to share.
7. May I have another helping of that scrumptious salad?
8. After eating a scrumptious meal, we'll pass around the babies who were born this year.
9. Those scrumptious chocolates are so hard to resist.
10. While sipping his sangria, he noticed a sizzling, scrumptious - looking platter being served at the next table.
11. There was a scrumptious picture of beef Wellington - very festive, very holiday - with a bonus gift of six 4-oz. sirloins.
12. We had a scrumptious lunch.
13. When making wraps at home, the following tips will simplify rolling or wrapping these scrumptious square meals.
14. Why something so deceptively simple should taste this delicious, I have no idea,[Sentencedict] but it was absolutely scrumptious.
15. Next door to the Bowmer, Chateaulin offers a Euro-style menu, including scrumptious marinated goat cheese on toast fingers.
16. Just to add to the enjoyment, the hospitality at Urchfont is second to none, the food being quite scrumptious!
17. Magazines devoted to home management, such as Good Housekeeping and Family Circle arechock - full of scrumptious selections.
18. Magazines deoted to home management, such as Good Housekeeping and Family Circle, are chock - full scrumptious selections.
19. San Sebastian is a coastal town where the best thing to do is lay on the beach and wait for the next scrumptious meal.
20. Magazines devoted to home management, such as Good Housekeeping and Family Circle, are chock - full scrumptious selections.
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