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verb as in judge, try

verb as in experience

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Sweat and Morris have five employees, and almost apologetically confess they hire two high school students part-time to polish wine glasses in the tasting room.

The coronavirus pandemic and lockdowns closed tasting rooms and restaurants, two major revenue streams for small wineries.

In March, when the pandemic first shuttered the tasting room, Manager Jayden Corliss said the business was just trying to keep the heat and lights on.

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Tasters found it “too sweet,” “underbaked” and “damp tasting.”

The way the team does this is by collecting a lot of data throughout its process and then having a tasting panel describe the product for them.

But we use, on the average, fewer than a third of those in our tasting notes.

Actually, though, the real secret of a good tasting turkey is not in the food at all.

She canceled bridesmaid dress shopping and wedding cake tasting with her best friend.

Of course, beyond tasting good, these chips make great platforms—the deep ridges enable them to hold dips effectively.

The loftiest noses among the winemakers inhale the finest of scents from the tasting glass and proclaim another masterpiece.

The nurse who handed her the cup noticed a dark red sediment at the bottom, and on tasting it found her tongue blistered!

We had each of us a fresh cocoa-nut with a hole bored in it, containing at least a pint of clear, sweet-tasting water.

Tessa was tasting the peaches, her throat so full of sobs that she swallowed the fruit with pain.

Brother Jackson made a motion with his mouth, as though he were tasting some pleasant savour.

They found the hole which Ready had dug quite full of water, and, tasting it, it proved very sweet and good.


On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tasting, such as: enjoy, chew, sip, savor, bite, and sample.

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