relish-meaning

 

relish

to get great pleasure from something

 

 

Two Example Dialogues Using ‘Relish’

 

😃: You look like you’re enjoying this!

😍: I’m not enjoying it, my friend. I’m relishing it!

 

🙂: How was your weekend?

😇: Heavenly! I sat on the back porch sipping iced tea and relishing the sweet, sweet taste of freedom! I wish I’d given notice to those bastards sooner!

 

 

Examples of ‘Relish’ from the News

 

“The first minister added: ‘I really relish the prospect of a general election. The SNP will beat the Tories in a general election, just as we have done in the past number of elections.'”
– BBC News, “Scotland Brexit: Sturgeon tells MSPs she would ‘relish’ an election”, 5 September 2019

 

“Extra hours of daylight. Late nights and carefree plans. Vacations and long walks on the beach. True relaxation and family time. I relish the easy days of summer.”
– Kimberly Ramalho, “The September Surge: How to Make Times of Transition Work for You”, 10 September 2019

 

 

Special Notes on the Word ‘Relish’

 

Did you know that relish is also a popular condiment? If you stop by any hotdog stand in the United States, you will have the choice to adorn your dog with ketchup, mustard, or relish.

 

You know what this means, right? It means that you can relish a big bite of relish!

 

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Pronunciation of ‘Relish’

 

/ˈrelɪʃ/

 

 

 

Sources: Definition of ‘Relish’

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