- something savory or appetizing added to a meal, as pickles or olives.
- a sweet pickle made of various vegetables, usually chopped or minced.
- an appetizer or hors d'oeuvre.
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But they are relishing their pastries with heavy hearts this week, as De Robertis prepares to close its doors for good tomorrow.
As I remember, he repeated the phrase, relishing it two or three times.
She looked at him provocatively, as if relishing the chance to do something the rest of the royal family would never do.Working in The Royal Archives and Dreaming Up a Novel|Tom Sykes|October 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He certainly is relishing his ability to create beautiful and mysterious women.
Dauman is a dealmaker at heart, relishing negotiations as much as he does movie premieres.
Of several artificial Lees for feeding, fining, preserving, and relishing Malt Liquors.The London and Country Brewer|Anonymous
The liquor will do to make jelly sweet or relishing and likewise to give richness to soups or gravies.
While he was relishing it, the woman who had given it him, and who was now abed, beckoned him again.The Cloister and the Hearth|Charles Reade
Revolt is none the less revolt for perpetrating and relishing a joke.Paris and the Social Revolution|Alvan Francis Sanborn
“Have your joke, Senor Doctor,” said Herran, not relishing the broad allusion to his discomfiture.The Gilded Man|Clifford Smyth