ambrosial \ am-BROH-zhuhl \ , adjective;
1. Exceptionally pleasing to taste or smell; especially delicious or fragrant.
2. Worthy of the gods; divine.
But if something is slightly bruised, speckled ordinged on the outside, we don’t usually take the timeto wonder if it might be ambrosial within.
— Monica Eng, “Farmers markets bring on the uglyfruit and we love it,” Chicago Tribune, August, 2010.
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