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Deliciate

Definition: to take one’s pleasure, enjoy, ravel, luxuriate

Pronunciation: de-LI-si-ait

Origin:

Well, sadly, unknown.

Why this word?

Deliciate. Try saying it, the way this word rolls of your tongue is exactly what it comes to represent. I can only assume that the origin of the word stems from ‘delicious’ and I absolutely love the fact that it takes the rich world of taste into other realms of enjoyment.

While food is a necessity we all agree we require to actually live, having good food is beyond that. Saying that you deliciated in something, means that you REALLY enjoyed it, in a way almost existential!

How to use the word deliciate in a sentence?

Deliciate is a verb standing for immense enjoyment.

“We absolutely deliciated yesterday at the amusement park! The kids had a lovely time and I think it will be a while before they forget this day!”

“I deliciate in you; so thankful for the day I met you ad what you brought into my life and existence”

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Written by Victoria Sheinkin

Victoria Sheinkin is a writer, content editor, translator and chief editor for UnusedWords.com. Speaking three and a half languages, she holds two BAs from the Tel Aviv university- Communication and jounalism, English literature and linguistics.

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