gustatory

[ guhs-tuh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF gustatory
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He was the food, and the sight of him excited in her the gustatory sensations.

And so our royal relative is dead!And so he rests from gustatory labors!

Because the gustatory nerves are not distributed to that part of the tongue.

As for gustatory sensations, they are very rare and without interest.

Because they thereby bring the wine in contact with the under surface of the tongue, in which the gustatory nerves chiefly reside.

The habit was subtly characteristic of the man, because it was so suggestive of gustatory enthusiasm.

For the sense of sight cannot perceive taste, nor can color be apprehended by the gustatory sense.

To such, the nearer the flavor approaches that of smoked herring and tobacco, the greater the gustatory gratification.

Real enjoyment ought not to be dependent upon feasting and gustatory pleasures.

Or the gustatory romance of Cheddar cheese, musty ale, roast lamb and greens.

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