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Synonyms for lusciously

so as to produce a delightful taste

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6 out of 10 Lynne says: "Not all black mascaras are actually as dark as you'd like, but this one went on lusciously intense.
Lynne says: 'Not all "black" mascaras are actually as dark as you'd like, but this one went on lusciously intense.
It has all the lusciously rich pigments you'd expect, but with the added twist of sultry sunset tones making it perfect for the summer months and holidays.
My exclusive tasting revealed a vodka which is soft, lusciously creamy, rich, balanced and laced with vanilla.
My exclusive tasting revealed a vodka that is soft, lusciously creamy, rich, balanced and laced with vanilla.
The 4 Sunsilk designers Khaadi, Generation, Sania Masktaiya, Sana Safinaz, designed six variants of the Sunsilk bottles; Stunning Black Shine, Perfect Straight, Hairfall Solution, Lusciously Thick And Long, Nourishing Soft and Smooth and Anti-Dandruff.
Dougie was making a Middle Eastern salad, with a lusciously rich sour cream, double cream and Greek yoghurt dressing.
The prawn cocktail is expectedly good with lusciously plump prawns drenched in a cold sauce.
So if this list made you smile at the thought of lusciously scented lavender plants or heady lily of the valley, why not try growing your own?
* Best New Dessert/Confectionery Product: 'Specially Selected' Lusciously Layered 6 Dessert Shots--Aldi Stores Ltd.
A lusciously illustrated book, built around a very simple story about a girl who wants to be a witch, but not in the conventional sense.
Had enough of womens magazines with their absurdly gorgeous models, revealing necklines and lusciously long legs?
This permits it to make wines that range from bone dry, or sec, to moderately sweet, or demi-sec, to lusciously sweet and nectarlike, or moelleux, all the while retaining a refreshing balance.
His period costumes were predictably gorgeous; his set, lusciously lit by Brian Nason, was a lovely forest glade transformed with the addition of props into rooms as needed in Matthew Ozawa's deft recreation of Mizrahi's breezy original direction.
Lusciously detailed illustrations of animals such as deer, bees, foxes and turtles are contrasted with small whimsical black and white stick sketches of human children trying out different heat-adaptive strategies.