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noun as in aesthetic taste

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So then trust me when I say that this magical stack works even better in the morning, when your palate is primed and ready for its unique textural majesty.

From Eater

The very core of food culture is adaptation to new environments, new palates, new people, new ingredients — and these exchanges are not always peaceful or mutually beneficial.

From Eater

None of them should prevail on the other to create the perfect palate mix.

From Fortune

It is comfort food at its finest, a thing designed for your specific palate, with absolutely no thought paid to impressing anyone else.

From Eater

Sleeping out in the woods is a palate cleanser for your soul, whether you eat a soggy PB&J by the fire or whip up a four-course meal.

That means Japanese whiskies are beautifully balanced and elegant; they touch and develop on every sensor on the palate.

And your palate will change as you have new experiences and new selections in the wine world.

Oak, great balance and a good finish with stone fruits and just enough oak to round the wine to a silky smooth feel on the palate.

Sans country and opera, there is something for most every musical palate at Bonnaroo.

By 1987, however, the American palate was beginning to change.

The reading public was largely confined to young girls with the taste for romance fresh on the palate.

This one has a perforated palate, and this great copper-coloured patches on the forehead, all of them rickety.

The Right Spot, as related in the chapter on Ichthyol, is either the vault of the pharynx or the upper surface of the soft palate.

My cold and pain in my head increasing, and the palate of my mouth falling, I was in great pain all night.

So home, and late reading "The Siege of Rhodes" to my wife, and then to bed, my head being in great pain and my palate still down.


On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to palate, such as: bias, partiality, penchant, tendency, attraction, and inclination.

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