ambrosial ambrosial  /æmb ˈroʊ ʒəl/


  1. (adj) extremely pleasing to the taste; sweet and fragrant
  2. (adj) worthy of the gods



  1. Patriots and pacifists alike are waiting to see what tangible results may come of the ambrosial Kellogg-Briand peace treaty.
  2. The house speciality is mansaf, an ambrosial lamb stew made with yogurt and cardamom, and ladled onto a heaping pyramid of saffron rice.
  3. New cooks are also spending vast amounts on the steel, plastic, wire and wooden twiddlybits with which to turn their foodstuffs into ambrosial dinners.


  1. Passion for Cooking and Living an Ayurvedic Lifestyle Leads to the Launching of Dosha Pops

    NEW YORK, Dec. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Dosha Pops, Inc. announced today the launch of their ecommerce website that sells unique, tea-based lollipops that appeal to those who want to find balance in their lives through Ayurveda and satisfy their sweet tooth. With each purchase of the sweet, ambrosial treats, a portion of proceeds will go towards worthy causes and charities that help improve ...
    on December 18, 2013     Source: PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance

  2. Mike Hale: Compassion for diners with food allergies

    It's cruel irony that Cindy Walter married a chef who creates such a wide array of ambrosial delights inside their Pacific Grove restaurant Passionfish. Walter suffers from severe food allergies, with any one of 20 recognized allergens capable of sending her to the hospital for critical care.
    on December 17, 2013     Source: The Monterey County Herald

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