2. (nourriture) saboroso; delicioso; gostoso; apetitoso
That Sunday night Doña Casiana's lodgers had an unusually succulent supper, and after the supper several ronquillas for dessert, watered by the purest concoction of the Prussian distilleries.
As he ate the succulent meat, however, he almost fell off his stool again.
I could feel the succulent giving of flesh and bone under my blows, and for a moment I was free.
A man would travel around the world to... pluck your succulent fruit.
And Volstagg, to delicacies so succulent, you thought you'd died and gone to Valhalla?
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Every gumdrop is made of a succulent substance called gelatin.
Is like nothing compared to its succulent source,
It grows fruit... beautiful, succulent loquats.