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Middle English delicious from Patrono:Xno[[Category:Patrono:Xno derivations|Delicious]] delicious from Old French delicious, delicieus from Late Latin dēliciōsus "delicate, delicious" from dēliciae "delights", pl of dēlicia "pleasure" from dēlicēre "to allure, entice," from de- "away" + lacēre "to lure, deceive". Displaced native Middle English este "delicious, favorable" (from Old English ēste "delicious, dainty, luxurious, delicate"), Middle English wunlic, wunli "delicious, joyous" (from Old English wynlīċ "pleasant, beatiful, joyful"), Old English ēstelīc "delicious, delicate, dainty").cyril rioli

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Delicious (comparative more Delicious, superlative most Delicious)

Positive
Delicious

Comparative
more Delicious

Superlative
most Delicious

  1. Pleasing to taste; tasty.

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