alphabet

Taste

Definition of taste:

part of speech: verb

To perceive or know by the tongue and palate; to test by eating or drinking a little of; to find out the flavor of by eating or drinking a little; to participate in or experience; as, to taste remorse; to enjoy.

part of speech: verb

To perceive by the tongue or palate; try by taking a little in the mouth; eat a little of; experience.

part of speech: noun

The flavor of a substance as perceived by the tongue and palate; act of taking into the mouth to find out the quality or flavor; a little bit or piece; a small quantity tasted; the one of the five senses which perceives the flavor of substances by the tongue and palate; liking: with for; ability to see and admire what is beautiful; critical judgment; habit or manner in relation to that which is refined; as, she dresses in good taste.

part of speech: verb

To try or perceive by the mouth: to have a flavor of.

part of speech: noun

Taster.

part of speech: noun

The act or sense of tasting: the sensation caused by a substance on the tongue: the sense by which we perceive the flavor of a thing: the quality or flavor of anything: a small portion: intellectual relish or discernment: the faculty by which the mind perceives the beautiful: nice perception: choice, predilection.

part of speech: noun

Sense or act of tasting; flavor; small portion; relish; faculty by which the mind perceives beauty; refined discrimination; choice; style, as showing taste.

part of speech: verb

To have a flavor of.

part of speech: verb

To try or perceive by the touch of the tongue or palate: to try by eating a little: to eat a little of: to partake of: to experience.

part of speech: verb

To try food by the tongue or palate; to have a certain flavor; to eat or drink sparingly; to partake; to have experience or enjoyment: with of.

part of speech: verb

To have a flavor.

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