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Definition of delish

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Examples of delish in a Sentence

The whole meal was delish. the homemade chocolate sauce was absolutely delish

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Celebrate today with a delish dish of vanilla pudding, because today, May 22, is National Vanilla Pudding Day. Cassie Armstrong,, "National Vanilla Pudding Day: How to celebrate in Central Florida," 22 May 2018 Oh, and the warm scones with strawberry jam were delish, too! Amanda Hearst, Marie Claire, "Marie Claire," 13 Apr. 2011 Ready-to-sip soups from Zupa Noma are low-sodium and packed with delish ingredients like tomatillos, pumpkin, turmeric, and cashews, in combinations like cauliflower cashew and beet, orange, and basil. Abby Langer, SELF, "A Dietitian's Picks for the Top Food Trends of 2018," 20 Dec. 2017 Find out how to make delish snacks, meals and more from the hottest celeb chefs. Seventeen Magazine, Seventeen, "Introducing...your 2009 All Access Blog!," 5 Jan. 2009 Delish reports that in a recent event celebrating her new line for Williams-Sonoma, Yearwood opened up about her road to chefdom, and her family members that got her there. Meghan Overdeep, Southern Living, "Trisha Yearwood Owes Her Culinary Skills to Her Family of Southern Cooks," 26 June 2017 Adapted slightly from Dottie K. This is delish on sliced tomatoes or mixed greens., "Homemade condiments that will get compliments," 24 May 2017 Delish reports Zhang was actually eating a plant called Agave Americana, which is toxic. Brittney Mcnamara, Teen Vogue, "Health Blogger Hospitalized After Eating a Poisonous Plant," 6 July 2017 July 5th is National Bikini Day, apparently, and to properly celebrate the national holiday Villa Italian Kitchen has concocted a cheese-and-pepperoni pie that only the most fashion-forward among us can actually wear, as Delish reports. Melissa Locker, Time, "Luxuriate in the Era of Convenience With a $10,000 Bikini Made of Actual Pizza," 29 June 2017

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First Known Use of delish

1920, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for delish

by shortening & alteration

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The first known use of delish was in 1920

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an act or instance of returning to life

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