Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Then cut the palates into slices, or leave them whole, and stew them in a rich gravy till they become as tender as possible.

Must we have a good understanding with one another's palates?

What did he say that for but to tickle the palates of the white people?

Thirst not only parched their palates but began to fever their bowels.

It has a sharp flavor which tickles their palates amazingly.

The three natural kingdoms had been taxed to tickle the palates of men.

And our stuffing of it will have a bad flavour to their palates, mark me.

We drink our wines with other men's palates, and look at our pictures with other men's eyes.

Now speaking of palates, let us all keep silent and taste this soup.

This sort of diet, as you may guess, was not suited to the palates of the duke's guests.