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01. This cake is [delicious]. What's in it?
02. She made a [delicious] drink using a banana, orange juice, milk, and frozen blueberries.
03. Our milkshakes are [deliciously] refreshing.
04. She looked [delicious] in her light blue and white summer dress.
05. This pie would be even more [delicious] with a scoop of ice cream on top.
06. Winning the tournament was a [delicious] surprise for the team, which had simply hoped to get past the first round.
07. These baby carrots are [delicious] raw or cooked.
08. We had a [delicious] meal at a new East Indian restaurant on the weekend.
09. There are [delicious] recipes from around the world in this cookbook.
10. After spending an afternoon at the spa, she had a [delicious] feeling of relaxation and well-being.
11. Gerry made a [delicious] dish of smoked salmon with noodles, olives, seaweed and spices for our class party.
12. Anne mixed orange juice, fresh bananas and frozen strawberries in the blender to make a [deliciously] refreshing summer drink.
13. Albert Einstein once stated, "I live in that solitude which is painful in youth, but [delicious] in the years of maturity."
14. There is a [delicious] danger in sky-diving that he really enjoys.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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