• WordNet 3.6
    • n relishing taking a small amount into the mouth to test its quality "cooking was fine but it was the savoring that he enjoyed most"
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  • Saadi
    “A man is insensible to the relish of prosperity until he has tasted adversity.”
  • Thomas J. Peters
    “Winners must learn to relish change with the same enthusiasm and energy that we have resisted it in the past.”
  • Charles M. Schwab
    “The first essential in a boy's career is to find out what he's fitted for, what he's most capable of doing and doing with a relish.”
  • Denis Waitley
    “Winners take time to relish their work, knowing that scaling the mountain is what makes the view from the top so exhilarating.”
  • Helen Hayes
    Helen Hayes
    “We relish news of our heroes, forgetting that we are extraordinary to somebody too.”
  • Frank Moore Colby
    “Clever people seem not to feel the natural pleasure of bewilderment, and are always answering questions when the chief relish of a life is to go on asking them.”


In literature:

Never before have I relished the beauties of wave, rock, and cloud.
"The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 17, No. 100, February, 1866" by Various
But Miss Kitty Cat had no relish for that sport.
"The Tale of Miss Kitty Cat" by Arthur Scott Bailey
The town boys used to put stones into the bags, and highly relished the disappointment of the "poor debtors," on discovery of their "treasure.
"Recollections of Old Liverpool" by A Nonagenarian
It was a fairly good one, and the hungry boy ate it with a great relish, consuming all of the crackers that went with it.
"The Young Bridge-Tender" by Arthur M. Winfield
Any person who relishes buggy berries may perhaps enjoy coriander salad or soup.
"Culinary Herbs: Their Cultivation Harvesting Curing and Uses" by M. G. Kains
Though the flesh of the old bear was not so tender as that of her cub, we ate it with no little relish.
"Snow Shoes and Canoes" by William H. G. Kingston
Food that is neither relished nor digested will do more harm than good.
"Papers on Health" by John Kirk
How you'll relish your grub by-and-by!
"Peter Simple" by Frederick Marryat
It did him good to tantalize his hunger, for that would make his relish of the feast all the keener.
"The Ape, the Idiot & Other People" by W. C. Morrow
Returning with a basin of soup, he presented it to the invalid, who ate it with relish.
"The Rover of the Andes" by R.M. Ballantyne

In poetry:

They say that men condemned to die
Have quaffed the sweetened wine
With higher relish than the juice
Of the untampered vine.
"A Fragment" by Adam Lindsay Gordon
These are the joys he lets us know
In fields and villages below;
Gives us a relish of his love,
But keeps his noblest feast above.
"Hymn 77" by Isaac Watts
Yet to relish their numberless charms,
The soul must in unison prove;
And tranquillity heavenborn guest,
Each feeling discordant remove.
"Absence" by Elizabeth Bath
Nostrils, your careless breath that spend
Upon the stir and keep of pride,
What relish shall the censers send
Along the sanctuary side!
"The Habit Of Perfection" by Gerard Manley Hopkins
Hold -- enough!
Thou hast roused a thought. By Heaven, I will enjoy it;
A glorious thought! which will exalt to rapture
The pleasures of the banquet, and bestow
A yet untasted relish of delight.
"Belshazzar. A Sacred Drama" by Hannah More
I will but mend the last, and tell
Where, how it should have relished well;
Join lip to lip, and try
Each suck other's breath.
And whilst our tongues perplexed lie,
Let who will, think us dead or wish our death.
"Begging Another" by Ben Jonson

In news:

Grilled romaine salad with tomato and eggplant relish.
I don't relish this role, you know.
Tom Douglas' Salmon with Shiitake Relish.
GRANDMOTHER OF TEN Palm Springs Follies' Glenda Guilfoyle Relishes All Roles.
Charlie Zusman photo Strong winds prevented racing at the BBYRA finale, but the sailors relished their season victories and smiled for the camera.
(Screengrab YouTube) Relish in the math nerdery afoot.
Westwood relishes ' tenured ' Ryder Cup role.
Shorter relishes Olympic marathon win in Munich .
The Daily's relish for female Iranian ninjas.
Former Colts coach Jim Caldwell relishes chance to run Ravens offense .
Urban Relishes Peacemaker Role on "Idol".
Olympic-Tennis-Players relish new-look raucous Wimbledon.
This fresh, jalapeño-spiked relish offers pure corn flavor without all the heavy seasonings that jarred versions usually have.
Unlike cranberry sauce, a relish involves no cooking.
The shrimp and grits at Northwest Philly's Relish is on par with the renditions our critic's eaten in the grit-crazy American South.

In science:

This paper presents the first polynomial time constructions of approximate quantum encryption schemes (to relish the oxymoron: derandomized randomization protocols).
Small Pseudo-Random Families of Matrices: Derandomizing Approximate Quantum Encryption
To come back to Ken’s original wish, it is becoming increasingly clear that “to understand the chain of events that occurred during the formation of the Galaxy”, the astronomical community must embrace the wealth of near-field information with the same relish that it embraces the far field universe.
Workshop Summary: The Dynamics, Structure and History of Galaxies
We study the average size of shifted convolution summation terms relishing an upper-bound sieve method for handling such sums, we achieve an unconditional result which suggests that the average size of the summation terms should be sufficient in application to Quantum Unique Ergodicity.
A Sieve Method for Shifted Convolution Sums