I adjective acceptable, agreeable, ambrosial, ambrosian, amenable, appetizing, becoming, causing pleasure, cibarious, comestible, congenial, delectable, delicate, delicious, delightful, drinkable, dulcet, dulcis, eatable, edible, enjoyable, epicurean, esculent, flavorful, flavorous, flavorsome, good, good-tasting, good to eat, gratifying, inviting, iucundus, likable, luscious, meeting standards, nectareous, nice, piquant, pleasant, pleasing, pleasurable, potable, prepossessing, refreshing, relishable, sapid, satisfactory, savory, scrumptious, suavis, succulent, tangy, tasteful, tasty, tempting, toothsome, unobjectionable, up to par, welcome II index popular, sapid, savory

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