to savour or enjoy (an experience) to the fullHe ate quietly, relishing his meal.
to anticipate eagerlyShe is not relishing the prospect of returning to work.
I just fancied a drink.
count the days until,
anticipate with pleasure,
lick your lips over
liking or enjoymentThe three men ate with relish.
She ate with great enjoyment.
She had a liking for good clothes.
Our love for each other has been increased by what we've been through together.
She developed a taste for journeys to hazardous regions.
They have no stomach for a fight.
our growing appetite for scandal
They cheered in appreciation.
She had a penchant for playing jokes on people.
He has a zest for life and a quick intellect.
I've always had a fondness for jewels.
Hers was a minor part, but she played it with gusto.
his predilection for blondes
a partiality for junk food
an appetizing or spicy food, such as a pickle, added to a main dish to improve its flavourpots of spicy relish
The cheese has a strong flavour.
Nettles have a surprisingly sweet taste.
The spice of danger will add to the lure.
The rich savour of the beans give this dish its character.
Some liked its strong, fruity tang.
a little mustard to add piquancy
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in the sense of appetite
a liking or willingnessour growing appetite for scandal
in the sense of appreciate
to value highlyAnyone can appreciate our music.
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