01. I [relish] the opportunity to meet Jennifer in the finals of the tennis tournament. I'm sure I'll beat her this time.
02. The children ate the meal with [relish], and everyone asked for seconds.
03. I don't [relish] the idea of spending the evening with my ex-wife, but my daughter really wants us both at her party.
04. My daughter [relishes] the idea of getting a part-time job, and having her own money to spend as she wants.
05. He always said he [relished] being given the jobs that others in his office said couldn't be done.
06. Mustard, ketchup and [relish] for the hamburgers are on the picnic table.
07. Tomoe doesn't worry about failure because she always [relishes] the chance to learn something new.
08. The boxer is [relishing] the chance to fight his opponent once again, after losing a closely fought contest last year.
09. The economy of the tiny island nation is in need of help, and local businessmen [relish] the thought of it becoming a popular tourist destination.
10. She made a delicious spicy [relish] using onions, green tomatoes and hot peppers right out of her own garden.
11. Roald Dahl once suggested that a little nonsense now and then is [relished] by the wisest men.
12. Henry Kaiser once said, "Live daringly, boldly, fearlessly. Taste the [relish] to be found in competition - in having put forth the best within you."
13. Sydney Smith once remarked, "I have no [relish] for the country; it is a kind of healthy grave."
14. Helen Hayes once said, "We [relish] news of our heroes, forgetting that we are extraordinary to somebody too."
15. De La Rochefoucauld once suggested that happiness does not consist in things themselves, but in the [relish] we have of them.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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