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See definition of palates on Dictionary.com
  • as inliking
  • as inrelish
  • as intaste
  • as intaste
  • as intaste bud
  • as inroof
  • as invelum
  • as ingusto
  • as inheart

synonyms for palates

  • affinity
  • affection
  • appetite
  • appreciation
  • attachment
  • attraction
  • bent
  • bias
  • desire
  • devotion
  • fancy
  • favoritism
  • inclination
  • love
  • mind
  • palate
  • partiality
  • passion
  • penchant
  • pleasure
  • predilection
  • preference
  • proneness
  • propensity
  • relish
  • stomach
  • sympathy
  • tendency
  • tooth
  • velleity
  • weakness
  • will
  • soft spot
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antonyms for palates

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  • animosity
  • antipathy
  • aversion
  • disgust
  • disinclination
  • disinterest
  • dislike
  • distaste
  • enmity
  • fairness
  • hate
  • hatred
  • impartiality
  • indifference
  • justice
  • neglect
  • repulsion
  • revulsion
  • lot
  • disinterest
  • disinclination
  • enmity
  • antipathy
  • animosity
  • apathy
  • loathing
  • indifference
  • repulsion
  • hatred
  • hate
  • distaste
  • dislike
  • disgust
  • aversion
      • trouble
      • pain
      • depression
      • unhappiness
      • misery
      • reluctance
      • worry
      • hatred
      • hate
      • dislike
      • melancholy
      • sorrow
      • lethargy
      • indifference
      • apathy
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      How to use palates in a sentence

      These dishes, though much too highly seasoned for European palates, are considered great dainties by the Limeños.
      TRAVELS IN PERU, ON THE COAST, IN THE SIERRA, ACROSS THE CORDILLERAS AND THE ANDES, INTO THE PRIMEVAL FORESTSJ. J. VON TSCHUDI
      In the field round, the men have planted roots which are new to badger palates, and some of them are very good.
      LIVES OF THE FUR FOLKM. D. HAVILAND
      The result was a surprise to those spoiled palates, and Forbes' guests were like children in their expressions of delight.
      WHAT WILL PEOPLE SAY?RUPERT HUGHES
      I am sending you some books and some exotic fruit, hoping to tempt your literary and physical palates, respectively.
      MAVIS OF GREEN HILLFAITH BALDWIN
      In other words, it was not sufficiently sensational or immoral to appeal to the palates of newspaper readers.
      THE SHRIEKING PITARTHUR J. REES
      To European palates the flesh of the Camel is rather unpleasant, being tough, stringy, and without much flavour.
      BIBLE ANIMALS;J. G. WOOD
      My only business is to cook for de palates of dose who like de game.
      THE HISTORY OF GAMBLING IN ENGLANDJOHN ASHTON
      It is like a wine of which the bouquet can only be appreciated by educated palates.
      CRITICAL STUDIESOUIDA
      A musical bonbon to tickle the palates of sentimental women.
      GREAT VIOLINISTS AND PIANISTSGEORGE T. FERRIS
      Cakes were almost forbidden fruit in the school, and we were taught to make them in pity to the palates of the men.
      THE CHAINBEARERJ. FENIMORE COOPER
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