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