1 She read, too, in his answering gaze the delicious confirmation of her triumph, and for the moment it seemed to her that it was for him only she cared to be beautiful.
2 The very slowness and hesitancy of the effect increased its fascination: it was delicious to lean over and look down into the dim abysses of unconsciousness.
3 Young Rita Simons's net blouse had lost two buttons, and betrayed more of her delicious plump shoulder than was regarded as pure in Gopher Prairie.
4 But her milky skin was delicious, her eyes were alive, her chestnut hair shone, and there was a tender slope from her ears to the shadowy place below her jaw.
5 Before the blade got fairly into them, they split of their own ripeness, with a delicious sound.
6 Many of them were delicious in the role; one of them was the embodiment of every womanly grace and charm.
7 The water must be delicious; it will not hurt you.
8 First of all, the sight of the water stretching so far away, those motionless sails against the blue sky, made a delicious picture that I just wanted to sit and look at.
9 Edna began to feel like one who awakens gradually out of a dream, a delicious, grotesque, impossible dream, to feel again the realities pressing into her soul.
10 She wished them to know the country, with its streams, its fields, its woods, its freedom, so delicious to the young.
11 A feeling that was unfamiliar but very delicious came over her.
12 They were delicious February days, with all the summer's promise hovering in the air.
13 All along the journey homeward their presence lingered with her like the memory of a delicious song.
14 Little Sebastijonas, aged three, had been wandering about oblivious to all things, holding turned up over his mouth a bottle of liquid known as "pop," pink-colored, ice-cold, and delicious.
15 He and some of his fellows who had donned blue were quite overwhelmed with privileges for all of one afternoon, and it had been a very delicious thing.