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taste buds

noun as in taste

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Example Sentences

Do mysterious dishes thrill you; do unfamiliar ingredients get your taste-buds going?

Over the years, the dish has acclimated to American taste buds, and become sweeter.

Let your taste buds do the exploring on your next trip to the heart of the nation.

Take your taste buds on a culinary journey to Southeast Asia with this great cookbook.

The dish has had a special place in my heart—and on my taste buds—ever since.

These papill contain organs known as taste buds, the sensory endings of which determine the taste of substances.

Water was served with the coffee; this was to rinse the mouth that the beverage could be tasted with fresh taste buds.

The nerves of the sense of taste terminate in the tongue, or rather in the tiny cells of the tongue which are called "taste buds."

We have, apparently, four kinds of taste buds, one for each of these kinds of taste.

These buds seem to carry the sense of feeling, and are said to be represented in mammals by the taste buds in our tongues.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to taste bud, such as: gustatory cell, lingua, palate, taste bulb, taste goblet, and taste hair.

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