Gustable

• (v.) Pleasant to the taste; toothsome; savory. • (v.) Capable of being tasted; tastable. • (n.) Anything that can be tasted.
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Gustable

Gust'a·ble adjective [ See Gust , v. ] [ Obsolete] 1. Capable of being tasted; tastable. « This position informs us of a vulgar error, terming the gall bitter; whereas there is nothing gustable sweeter.» Harvey. 2. Pleasant t...
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Gustable

Gust'a·ble noun Anything that can be tasted. [ Obsolete]
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gustable

gust, gusting, gusted, gustable 1. A sudden powerful, strong blast, or rush of wind. 2. A sudden powerful experience or expression of an emotion. 3. A sudden rush or burst of water, fire, smoke, sound, etc. 4. Etymology: from 1588, possibly a dialectal survival from Old Norse gustr, 'a cold blast of wind', or Old High German gussa, 'flood'; both...
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