pleasurable (part of speech: adjective)
delectable, pleasurable, blissful, enjoyable, enchanting, pleasant, cheerful, bonny, joyful, agreeable, fine, enlivening, favorable, amusing, unobjectionable, sunny, jolly, sweet, entertaining, charming, bright, pleasing, delightful
sweet (part of speech: adjective)
savory (part of speech: adjective)
- When she marries the gilded youth with the ambrosial whiskers, their honeymooning is like playing at being married, their heartless billings and cooings are enchanting to see. - "Social Pictorial Satire", George du Maurier.
- One who follows the simplest life- story of a butterfly and sees the egg change to larva and the larva change in size and form and color with each successive moult and then change again into the seemingly inert chrysalis, from which there finally comes the winged butterfly- unlike the egg, unlike the larva, unlike the chrysalis- a creature of perfect beauty, wonderfully adapted to living freely in the air and sipping ambrosial nectar from the flowers- one who follows these changes with awakened vision can scarcely fail to have a sense of wonder as to the laws that govern such intricate phenomena. - "Butterflies Worth Knowing", Clarence M. Weed.
- Wisdom is theirs; they live for us and grow, Like things ambrosial, fairer than the freaks Of signs and seasons which the poets know, Or fires of sunset on the mountain- peaks. - "Love Letters of a Violinist and Other Poems", Eric Mackay.