from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Suggestive of ambrosia; fragrant or delicious. See Synonyms at delicious.
- adj. Of or worthy of the gods; divine.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Pertaining to or worthy of the gods.
- adj. Succulently sweet or fragrant; balmy, divine.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Consisting of, or partaking of the nature of, ambrosia; delighting the taste or smell; delicious.
- adj. Divinely excellent or beautiful.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to ambrosia; partaking of the nature or qualities of ambrosia; anointed or fragrant with ambrosia; hence, delighting the taste or smell; delicious; fragrant; sweet-smelling: as, ambrosial dews.
- Pertaining to the senses of taste and smell: a forced use.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. extremely pleasing to the taste; sweet and fragrant
- adj. worthy of the gods
The ancient yoga masters knew nothing of the endocrine system, but they did know that there was something magical and empowering in the predawn hours, which they called the ambrosial hours.
And I use Big Words, like "ambrosial," which bothers some children's book reviewers.
From cat to zombie to Mitchum to Aldo in the snow, you find yourself falling in some kind of ambrosial, demented love.
Recollect always that ambrosia, as food of gods, is the continual restorer of strength; that all food is ambrosial when it nourishes, and that the night is called 'ambrosial' because it restores strength to the soul through its peace, as, in the
Recollect always that ambrosia, as food of gods, is the continual restorer of strength; that all food is ambrosial when it nourishes, and that the night is called "ambrosial" because it restores strength to the soul through its peace, as, in the
Thespian chorus, was in the Dorian states already devoted to sublime themes, and enriched by elaborate art; and Simonides, whose elegies, peculiar for their sweetness, might have inspired the "ambrosial"
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You have to admire a guy who thinks of restaurant counters as "stages" for his baristas and who freaks out because the aroma from the company's profitable breakfast sandwiches is masking the java's ambrosial bouquet.
Oh, no—the aroma from Starbucks's profitable breakfast sandwiches was masking the java's ambrosial bouquet.
Porridge is one of those dishes which, made well, can be ambrosial, as the French heroine of that wonderful film Babette's Feast proved when she transformed the grim sludge that the Danes call øllebrød, a kind of rye porridge, into a delightful morning treat.