- n variety of sweet eating apples
- s greatly pleasing or entertaining
a delicious joke
- s extremely pleasing to the sense of taste
- The revolution in mathematical logic early in the 20th century opened up a delicious prospect: a rigorous science of meanings.
- After he showed a delicious meze of Middle Eastern and African-inspired silhouettes in September 2001, two days before the Twin Towers fell, he says he was accused by the .
- It is one of the more delicious workings of karma that Singapore, which criminalizes homosexuality, should have as its leading young poet an openly gay man.
- Luci Baines Johnson in FOXNews
My mother had 94 delicious years. She lived them to the fullest,daughter Luci Baines Johnson said Friday.
- Jay Leno in BBC News
Joking about his illness, Leno said: "What happened was - and I think was a mistake - I ate a raw pig a friend brought back from Mexico. It was delicious."
- George Takei in KOAT
For now, Brad and I are enjoying the delicious dilemma of deciding where, when, and how we will be married,Takei wrote on his blog. "Marriage equality took a long time, but, like fine wine, its bouquet is simply exquisite."