Examples from the Web for ambrosial
Most ambrosial dainties are known to the cooks of this parish.Rose Charlitte|Marshall Saunders
Every night this balsamic breath invades the town, filling its streets with ambrosial suggestions.Alone|Norman Douglas
He takes us into the ambrosial world of heroes, of human vigor, of purity, of grace.
Quaffing nectar at mess with gods golden dishes, all ambrosial.Ulysses|James Joyce
It was just as she was eating her first ambrosial mouthful that the door opened and a fur-capped head was thrust in.Understood Betsy|Dorothy Canfield
Word Origin and History for ambrosial
1590s, "immortal, divine," from Latin ambrosius, from Greek ambrosios (see ambrosia).