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taste
Definition:
Intellectual relish; liking; fondness; -- formerly with of, now with for; as, he had no taste for study.

Synonyms:

adjective
mouthful
Piecer, biter, taster, gulper.
portion
mouthful.
pretentious
rude, tasteless, crass.
noun
appetite
stomach, Gluttonies, gluttony, big eyes, Propensities, zeal.
appetizer
canape, munchies, aperitif, aperitifs, canapes, antipasti, antipasto.
attention
ear.
behavior
way of life, Habits, etiquette, what's done, tenue, Tenues.
capacity to sense flavor
tongue, gout, Taste Buds, gustation.
cup of tea
one's thing.
desire
appetite.
discrimination
selectiveness, Percipience, subtlety, selectivity, Astucity.
drink
thirst quencher, glass, potation, gulp.
ear
Re-mark, sensitivities.
event
taste.
feeling
empathy.
flavor
goodness, savoriness, spiciness, saltiness, flavor, deliciousness, delectability, sourness, toothsomeness, pepperiness.
flavor of some quality
drive, savoriness, sting, sapidity, palatableness, oomph, salt, suggestion, punch, zest, piquancy, aftertaste, Sapor, bitter, kick, wallop, savor, relish, jolt, aroma, sweet, ginger, bang, sour, zing, smack, tang, zip.
hint
tip off, in formation, tipoff, glimmerings, whiff, inference, adumbration, telltales, word to wise, flea in ear.
inclination, preference
disposition, predisposition, type, heart, bent, liking, penchant, predilection, palate, understanding, cup of tea, leaning, soft spot, comprehension, attachment, desire, partiality, druthers, weakness, prepossession, gusto, stomach, affection, appetite, appetence, tendency, fondness, thing, fancy.
judgment, propriety
discretion, restraint, Aestheticism, finesse, cultivation, nicety, politeness, refinement, perception, penetration, decorum, grace, susceptibility, culture, correctness, discernment, polish, discrimination, good taste, style, feeling, tact, acumen, appreciation, acuteness, tactfulness, elegance, tastefulness, distinction.
love
mad for, devotedness, Ardency, love.
meal
drink, repast, food, spread, consumption, ingestion, barbecue, board, meal, lunch, morsel, dinner, snack, picnic, grub, meat, sustenance, eating, cuisine, banquet, foodstuff, breakfast, fare, feast, bread, nutriment, feed.
pinch
small quantity.
portion
piece of action, plum, smithereen, smithereens.
preference
tendency, leaning, attachment, affection, inclination.
propriety
fittingness, propriety, seemliness, politeness, decorum, correctness, appropriateness, refinement, suitability, manners.
sense
kinesthesia, sense.
sensibility
vibes, vibe, perceptiveness.
sensitivity
feeling.
shade
soupçon.
style
Cosmopolitanism, smartness, Dressiness, stylishness.
taste
grace, gustation, appreciation, delicacy, cultivation, taste sensation, taste perception, predilection, discernment, charm, try, perceptiveness, mouthful, sample, try out, gustatory perception, class, penchant, discrimination, elegance, tasting, preference, gustatory modality, Purism, gustatory sensation, sense of taste.
texture
texture, intermixture, woofs, warp and woof, Tissues, intermixtures, flexibility, woof, tissue.
tiny sample
dash, sprinkling, tinge, sip, hors d'oeuvre, hint, sampling, titbit, mouthful, whiff, morsel, appetizer, canapé, chaw, fragment, trifle, spoonful, nip, drop, bit, touch, delicacy, bite, tincture, wink, tidbit, soupçon, swallow.
touch
rubbing, Palpations, palpation, Taction, touchings, tactility, rubbings, fondling.
weakness
invalidity, inconstancy, sore point, invalidities, inconstancies, chink in armor, faintness, weak point, vitiation.
verb
cognition
taste.
contact
touch.
eat
devour, gulp, consume, eat, sup, dine, ingest, bite.
experience
know, be exposed to, have knowledge of, run up against, appreciate, partake of, come up against, feel, meet with, encounter, undergo.
judge, try
assay, discern, sense, try the flavor of, enjoy, criticize, lick, differentiate, eat, test, distinguish, partake, nibble, perceive, sample, chew.
perception
taste.
taste
sample, savor.
Examples of usage:
  1. I feel that taste can be raised and cultivated, and many have felt that too. – A Novelist on Novels by W. L. George
  2. " Perhaps you will do me the favour to taste it," she said. – Granny's Wonderful Chair by Frances Browne
  3. I have no taste for such work. – Marie Antoinette And Her Son by Louise Muhlbach Official
  4. I know I've got the taste for it. – The Roll-Call by Arnold Bennett

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