What is another word for delectably?

Pronunciation: [dɪlˈɛktəblɪ] (IPA)

Delectably can be used to describe something that is delicious, savory, and mouth-watering. If you're looking for synonyms for delectably, you can use scrumptious, tasty, divine, appetizing, palatable, mouth-watering, heavenly, flavorful, delicious, delightful, and luscious. These words can be used to describe any food item that is so delicious that it creates a sense of irresistible craving. The word "delectably" can also be used to describe a gorgeous view, an exquisite fragrance, or a beautiful moment, so the synonyms mentioned above can be used in those contexts as well.

What are the hypernyms for Delectably?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for delectably?

Delectably, which means something that is delicious, tasty, or mouth-watering, has several antonyms, which are words that have the opposite meaning. The antonyms for this word include insipid, unappetizing, distasteful, disagreeable, unpalatable, and bland. Insipid refers to something that lacks flavor, while unappetizing means something that is not appealing to the taste buds. Distasteful implies something that is unpleasant, and disagreeable is used for something that causes discomfort or causes an unpleasant reaction. Unpalatable refers to something that is not easy to swallow, and bland means something that lacks character or flavor. Knowing these antonyms can help to describe food and other experiences that are not enjoyable.

Usage examples for Delectably

These Birmingham Cupids have many votaries amongst boarding-school misses, militia officers, and milliners 'apprentices; who marry upon the mutual faith of blue eyes and scarlet coats; have dirty houses and squalling children, and hate each other most delectably.
Susan Edmonstone Ferrier
The scent enveloped them delectably as the handkerchiefs were replaced in the upper left pockets, folded corners protruding correctly.
"The Wrong Twin"
Harry Leon Wilson
Clang of cymbals wrench of flesh, death is a morsel delectably met.
Paul Cameron Brown

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