Word – Scrumptious
Scrumptious – Word of the Day
(adj): Informal (of food); Extremely delicious and delectable. In other words, it can be used to describe a food/ dish in the sense of deliciousness.
History dates back to 1833, when the word ‘Scrumptious’ was used to describe something mouth-watering and delightful. The term is a colloquial alteration of the name ‘Sumptuous,’ derived from the Latin verb ‘Sumere’ that means ‘to take.’
1. Adjective Examples – Scrumptious
- The scrumptious mayonnaise salad served in the ITC Grand is so hard to resist.
- Festivals are celebrated with scrumptious foods, sweets, and savories.
- Although the scrumptious dishes contain extra fat, I can indulge in them without any guilt.
- Scrumptious foods are good to eat.
- Bhai makes scrumptious Biryani, and I would die for it.
2. Adverb Examples – Scrumptiously
- The chicken cheese wrap is filled with scrumptiously delicious hot sauce and chicken stuff.
- The pudding was delightful. A scrumptiously perfect balance of cream and caramel.
- The hotel offers a standard menu which includes scrumptiously fluffy Sambar Idly.
- This meal has scrambled eggs that are scrumptiously eaten with garlic bread.
- She ate the scrumptiously baked peanut cookies when she visited my home.
3. Noun Examples – Scrumptiousness
- This caramel truffle lacks the scrumptiousness of which we had last month.
- The scrumptiousness of this mac & cheese is incomparable.
- This cake has the exact scrumptiousness of that of the baker’s.
- The scrumptiousness of Bhai’s Biryani can’t be found anywhere in the world.