fit for the gods

fit for the gods

So exemplary as to be worthy of the gods. Wow, look at this spread—it's a feast fit for the gods!
See also: fit, god

fit for the gods

excellent; extremely pleasing.
See also: fit, god
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We gave a bound and a rush, and in another second we were all down on our stomachs sucking up the uninviting fluid as though it were nectar fit for the gods. Heavens, how we did drink!
The director with specific responsibility for the Blues' proposed new stadium spoke for the first time publicly at the meeting and vowed to deliver a stadium "fit for the Gods of the game" which he hopes can be delivered at Bramley-Moore dock inside the next three years, and certainly inside four.
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Source of the Ganges Hike where you can experience one of India's most holy places and walk in mountains and valleys deemed fit for the Gods. Priced at US $1,650 per person for an 11-day journey.
The title of the show is taken from words uttered by Brutus in Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar", just before the assassination of Caesar, where he tells his fellow conspirators to approach the act like a sacrificial offering by carving Caesar as "a dish fit for the gods".
And then he fashioned a side around Kenny Dalglish, Graeme Souness and Alan Hansen to produce football fit for the Gods.
Each morning, the hotel's chefs select from the choicest supplies of fresh bream, scampi, grouper, lobster, oysters, clams and squid, before serving up meals fit for the gods.
THE FACTS The bill Bell peppers PS3.50 Dolmades PS3 Kolokythia PS3 Gigandes plaki PS6.50 Souvlaki PS7.50 Stifado PS8.50 Drinks PS7 (Pint of shandy, half of lager and a Coke) The details Service friendly service Parking own car park Disabled flooring was flat and access good Overall food fit for the gods Opening Hours Friday-Saturday 12noon-2.30pm 6pm-9pm ?
Quite stunning really, an epicurean feast fit for the gods. Or as Churchill himself may have said, "This was his finest hour."
She writes "The Grand Canyon...an amphitheatre fit for the gods encompassed by its prismatic colors surfacing the horizon highlighting the awesome view of bald eagles soaring over canyons."
It was truly a supper fit for the gods, though few got to taste the delights, as it was for one-night only and had attracted the attention of around 50-60 diners.
"The outcome of all this knowledge is an onion that is crisp, luscious, sweet and spicy and certainly fit for the gods".
Italian and southern French peaches should be available throughout the coming months, so these are the best bet if you are looking to create desserts fit for the gods, now that we are heading into late summer.
Or perhaps those London luvvies will discover some dinky little isle in the south Pacific which specialises in food fit for the gods.
Nelson's paean to "blessed bananas," in which he calls them "food fit for the gods." By the 1940s, the sleek, yellow fruit had become an American obsession.