Another word for enjoyAdore, relish, love, appreciate, delight in, have fun...
I had to relish my defeat. Do not relish your success.
treasure, value, prize, relish, esteem, revere.
He relished his performance and improvement. This is the sentence containing the word relish.
To relish, to adore, to delight in, to revel in, to take pleasure in...
Dislike and hatred are antonyms for relish.
I added relish to the salad.Hot dogs taste better with relish.I would relish any grade above a C-average.
Yes, as in I will relish this moment.
The relish tasted bad. The relish tasted fresh. I had relish last night for dinner. I relished the moments I had last night. I relish their company. I relished eating my hot dog with Branston Relish is nice. I relish eating food in her face
"Relish" is a general word; chutney is only a type of relish, also salsa, pickled cucumbers etc.
As a noun: My favorite condiment for hot dogs is pickle relish.As a verb: You made my favorite cookies, which I will relish with a glass of milk.
He ordered a hot dog with mustard and relish.I used to relish my vacations.Though I thought I would relish having a son, after the twentieth time he spilled relish on me I wasn't so sure!Relish is considered a condiment.
He was not shocked, he was in Relish. Relish your freedom people!
To relish one's freedom is to value it highly. To relish IN one's freedom is to be enjoying it intensely.
Susan did not relish the idea of visiting her dentist. My favorite kind of relish is corn relish.
treasure, value, prize, appreciate, relish
The plural for Relish is Relishes.
relish is usually semi solid.
An example of a sentence using the word would be... He attacked the meal vigorously and with relish.
Here is your burger, with relish.
That is the correct spelling of the noun and verb "relish".
Pikle relish is heterogeneous