She looked at him provocatively, as if relishing the chance to do something the rest of the royal family would never do.
But they are relishing their pastries with heavy hearts this week, as De Robertis prepares to close its doors for good tomorrow.
He certainly is relishing his ability to create beautiful and mysterious women.
As the Senate debates the health-care bill, Joe Lieberman is relishing his role as roadblock.
Dauman is a dealmaker at heart, relishing negotiations as much as he does movie premieres.
Not relishing the flooded condition, the immersionist gave up the task—for once water interfered with the Baptist growth.
The water-melons of Africa are not near so relishing as those of Louisiana.
What is eat by way of relish to dry bread is called kitchen in Scotland, as cheese, dried fish, or the like relishing morsels.
I was holding the last piece of news for a minute or two, relishing it.
Archibald, in fact, seemed to be relishing the literary atmosphere tremendously.
1520s, "taste, flavor," alteration of reles "scent, taste, aftertaste," (c.1300), from Old French relais, reles, "something remaining, that which is left behind," from relaisser "to leave behind" (see release (v.)). Meaning "enjoyment of the taste or flavor of something" is attested from 1640s. Sense of "condiment, that which imparts flavor" is first recorded 1797. The stuff you put on hot dogs is a sweet green pickle relish.
1560s "give flavor to" (implied in relished), from relish (n.). The transferred sense of "to enjoy, take pleasure in" is from 1590s. Related: Relishing.