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Yumilicious

adjective; blending
a descriptive term used to convey that something is very good to eat As with most blends that have been found, it is used the same way as either of its blending words would have been used, so it was just another option that sounded good at the time of use. Yumilicious is a mix of yummy and delicious and is synonymous with them. It would be used to describe something that tastes good, or something that is just good and likeable. The word has branched to describe more things than just food items.
 
That cheesecake was very yumilicious.
Etymology : It is a blend between yummy and delicious. [comes from ‘yummy’ (yum-yum) + ‘delicious’ (Middle English, from Middle French, from Late Latin deliciosus, from Latin deliciae delights, from delicere to allure)]
Source : Obtained from a conversation at the Cheesecake Factory
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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