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    #1

    lady's relish

    What does 'lady's relish' mean in the sentence:

    She was eating delicious well-buttered muffins with an elderly lady's relish

    Thanks in advance,

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    Olga

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    #2

    Re: lady's relish

    An elderly lady had made the relish.


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    #3

    Re: lady's relish

    Or that she (an elderly lady) was eating with relish -> with appreciation of what she was eating.

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    Re: lady's relish

    Anglika! I agree. ( laughing at myself)

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