What are different ways to say delicious?

What are different ways to say delicious?


  • delectable.
  • delightful.
  • enjoyable.
  • enticing.
  • heavenly.
  • pleasant.
  • tempting.
  • yummy.

What are better words for great?


  • 1 immense, enormous, gigantic, huge, vast, grand.
  • 6 noteworthy.
  • 7 weighty, serious, momentous, vital, critical.
  • 8 famed, eminent, noted, notable, prominent, renowned.
  • 9 elevated, exalted, dignified.
  • 10 main, grand, leading.

What can I say instead of Bon Appetit?

other words for bon appetit!

  • chow down!
  • eat hearty!
  • eat up!
  • enjoy your meal.
  • good appetite.

How do you say enjoy your day?

Other Ways to Say “Have a Great Day” Have an awesome day! I hope your day is great! Today will be the best! Have a splendid day!

What is another way to say enjoy your meal?

Enjoy your meal (or ‘enjoy’) Hope you enjoy what we’ve made for you. Bon appetit.

What’s a big word for delicious?

What is another word for delicious?

tasty appetisingUK
scrumptious delish
scrummy yummy
yum-yum moreish
dainty flavorful

What is another word for have a nice time?

What is another word for have a good time?

live up enjoy life
enjoy oneself make whoopee
carouse make merry
whoop it up roister
have a party go on a spree

What type of word is enjoy?

enjoy is a verb, enjoyable is an adjective, enjoyment is a noun:I enjoy old movies. Those days at the beach were enjoyable times.

What is it called when you can taste words?

These people have a condition called “synesthesia,” in which two or more of the senses are crossed. Some see colors when listening to music, while others associate tastes with shapes or words with colors. A very small number of synesthetes can “taste” words.

What is the idiom for have a good time?

Enjoy oneself, as in I hope you have a good time at the beach. This idiom, also used as an imperative, dates from 16th-century England, where it was popular until the late 1600s and died out.

What are different ways to say fun?


  • amusing.
  • enjoyable.
  • entertaining.
  • lively.
  • pleasant.
  • boisterous.
  • convivial.
  • merry.