View definitions for taste
noun as in flavor
noun as in tiny sample
noun as in inclination, preference
noun as in capacity to sense flavor
noun as in good judgment, propriety
verb as in judge, try
Last year the company did a taste test for employees, investors, and a group of chefs and restaurateurs.
Olivia Ghaussy got a taste of how quickly anyone can build a following on social media.
They’re oversized, so you’ll never wish you had more fabric, and they come in a few neutral shades to generally fit most tastes.
Rodríguez said on the 14th day of her quarantine she began to lose her sense of taste, suffered from severe headaches and palpitations.
What we didn’t know was how many thousands of you would phone and write asking us to bring back the classic taste of original Coca-Cola.
The taste of metal cutlery after years of plastic can also taste funny.
Whisk in the half and half and season to taste with salt and pepper.
To the uninitiated, this might smack of poor taste and inappropriate timing.
The correspondent does a stand-up next to a burning pile of heroin and gets a taste of its effect.
For Paul, the thrill of breakfast with the Reverend, may be giving way to the taste of burnt toast.
She was flushed and felt intoxicated with the sound of her own voice and the unaccustomed taste of candor.
In connection with this step the practice of melodies is useful, if one has musical taste.
She fancied there was a sympathy of thought and taste between them, in which fancy she was mistaken.
A world that has known five years of fighting has lost its taste for the honest drudgery of work.
I had no idea of going back to Benton right away, and sitting around Fort Walsh waiting for something to turn up was not my taste.
On this page you'll find 292 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to taste, such as: aftertaste, aroma, drive, ginger, jolt, and kick.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.