(Adjectives). Sapid, gustable, gustatory, saporific, appetising.

  • Insipidity (Substantives), tastelessness, insipidness, vapidness, vapidity, mawkishness, mildness; wish- wash, milk and water.
  • (Verbs). To be void of taste, tasteless, etc.

    (Adjectives). Insipid, tasteless, savourless, mawkish, flat, vapid, fade, wishy-washy, watery, mild; untasted.

  • Pungency (Substantives), haut-goût strong taste, twang, raciness, race, saltness, sharpness, roughness; ginger, caviare, dram, cordial, condiment 393.
  • (Verbs). To be pungent, etc.

    To render pungent, to season, spice, salt, pepper, pickle, brine, devil.

    (Adjectives). Pungent, high-flavoured, high-tasted, high, sharp, piquant, racy, biting, mordant, spicy, seasoned, hot, peppery, gingery, high-seasoned, gamy, salt, saline, brackish.

    (Phrases). Salt as brine; salt as a herring; salt as Lot's wife; hot as pepper.

  • Condiment (Substantives), salt, mustard, pepper, cayenne, curry, chutney, seasoning, spice, sauce piquante, caviare, pot-herbs.
  • Savouriness (Substantives), palatableness, daintiness, delicacy, relish, zest.
  • A tit - bit, dainty, delicacy, ambrosia, nectar, bonne-bouche.

    (Verbs). To be savoury, etc.

    To render palatable, etc.

    To relish, like, smack the lips.

    (Adjectives). Savoury, well-tasted, palatable, nice, dainty, delectable, toothsome, full-flavoured, tasty, appetising, delicate, delicious, exquisite, rich, luscious, ambrosial, meaty, fruity.

    (Phrase). Cela sa laisse manger.

  • Unsavouriness (Substantives), unpalatableness, bitterness, acridness, acridity, acrimony, roughness, acerbity, austerity, gall and wormwood, rue.
  • (Verbs). To be unpalatable, etc.

    To sicken, disgust, nauseate, pall, turn the stomach.

    (Adjectives). Unsavoury, unpalatable, ill-flavoured, bitter, acrid, acrimonious, unsweetened, rough, austere, uneatable, inedible.

    Offensive, nasty, fulsome, sickening, nauseous, nauseating, disgusting, loathsome, palling.

    (Phrases). Bitter as gall; bitter as aloes.

  • Sweetness (Substantives), dulcitude, sugar, saccharine, glucose, syrup, treacle, molasses, honey, manna, confection, confectionery, conserve, jam, julep, sugar-candy, toffee, plum, sugar-plum, lollipop, bonbon, comfit, sweetmeat, marzipan, marchpane, fondant, nougat, nectar, hydromel, honey-suckle.
  • Dulcification, sweetening.

    (Verbs). To be sweet, etc.

    To render sweet, to sweeten, sugar, edulcorate, candy, dulcify, saccharify.

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