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    Synonyms and Definitions

    Use "taste" in a sentence

    taste example sentences

    taste


    tasted


    tastes


    tasting


    1. "Don't need it," Herndon said, "these berries melt just as well and taste close enough to it


    2. Bunch of no hopers, he thought, but thankfully there was no accounting for taste


    3. I should get this whiskey taste out of my mouth


    4. I bet my friend would have said maybe she made it for me a long time ago before I was born and I wanted a taste of it again in this lifetime


    5. Psalms: 34:8: O taste and see that the LORD is good:


    6. Cats lick themselves and would not like its taste


    7. He could taste the blood in his mouth


    8. Serpent tasted the air, thinking back to the taste of his mate who is lost to him forever


    9. ‘Want a glass of water?’ he offered ‘Might flush away some of the taste


    10. Here he paused, savouring the taste of their tainted love


















































































    1. Sarah wanted instead to shove the pie in the man’s face, but she still wanted to know how it tasted


    2. With every flick of his tongue, he tasted God's beautiful creation and was thankful for it


    3. Serpent tasted the air, thinking back to the taste of his mate who is lost to him forever


    4. As he tasted them, so the walls and furnishings of the room faded and ripped,


    5. It tasted delicious


    6. ---> (Sad) Having tasted love Mimis is hell to live


    7. Lack-A-Bed bit his lip and tasted


    8. “Mmm … I’ve never been so hungry; and the food never tasted so good


    9. “This brew is lovely, best I have ever tasted” said Joe


    10. She tasted it and was quite agreeable















































































    1. Whatever it tastes like, it’s not whiskey


    2. “It tastes like you mixed up every alcohol you could find in here


    3. Once it tastes a hint of it, the beast goes into a bloodlust and eats up the earth faster than before


    4. Omar tastes his wine, smiles, holds it up to the light and studies it


    5. the shades of dark void rippled in the non-light, Smith found that His tastes changed


    6. His tastes were leading Bahkmar toward a belief in an idle son of wealth as time unfolded


    7. Your tastes and interests could be very different


    8. The jollop tastes foul


    9. Berndt produces some oil and herbs and, although I daresay our meal would be considered pretty basic by virtually anyone, it tastes delicious after a morning riding through the pouring rain


    10. It tastes a bit like carrots though the colour is all wrong
















































































    1. The force unhinged Serpent's jaw and he slithered away, tasting the dirt as he crawled


    2. One would then run some thongga to clean up what the karga wouldn't eat, or, if you had a fence, lentosaur, a better tasting animal but slow and soft and vulnerable to predators on the open prairie


    3. ’ She replied, tasting her wine … funny how some things were identical between the two worlds


    4. drooling over the spare tasting earth below,


    5. Poopsie, after tasting the stuffing, created a centre point


    6. ‘It’s sweet tasting and I’m hoping that they will go for it


    7. worse, tasting every drop on the way down


    8. would pull a face before tasting his drink


    9. There was none, instead it was a thick yellow liquid tasting of leaves and nectar, as if flowers had been liquified to make it


    10. could see it was only out of respect to my parents that he stopped himself from running his hands over Chloe’s breasts, from tasting her mouth with hungry kisses, from pulling her round hips


















































































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    Synonyms for "taste"

    taste tasting gustation gustatory modality sense of taste gustatory perception gustatory sensation taste perception taste sensation appreciation discernment perceptiveness penchant predilection preference mouthful sample try try out savor savour smack morsel bit bite titbit appetiser appetizer sip dainty flavour relish zest sensation scent tang aroma disposition fondness partiality affection liking predisposition discrimination cultivation distinction judgment refinement sense experience undergo feel perceive know enjoy

    "taste" definitions

    the sensation that results when taste buds in the tongue and throat convey information about the chemical composition of a soluble stimulus


    a strong liking


    delicate discrimination (especially of aesthetic values)


    a brief experience of something


    a small amount eaten or drunk


    the faculty of distinguishing sweet, sour, bitter, and salty properties in the mouth


    a kind of sensing; distinguishing substances by means of the taste buds


    have flavor; taste of something


    perceive by the sense of taste


    take a sample of


    have a distinctive or characteristic taste


    distinguish flavors


    experience briefly