Definition of Gustable

1. a. Capable of being tasted; tastable.



2. n. Anything that can be tasted.

Definition of Gustable

1. Adjective. Having a taste; capable of being tasted. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Gustable

1. a savory food [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gustable

gusseted
gusseting
gussetless
gussets
gussie
gussie up
gussied
gussied up
gussies
gussies up
gussy
gussy up
gussying
gussying up
gust
gustable (current term)
gustables
gustard
gustards
gustation
gustations
gustative
gustatorial
gustatorily
gustatory
gustatory-sudorific reflex
gustatory anaesthesia
gustatory bud
gustatory cell
gustatory cells

Literary usage of Gustable

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1. Greek Theories of Elementary Cognition from Alcmaeon to Aristotle by John Isaac Beare (1906)
"Hence the gustable— X^MOS °r r° ... It perceives the gustable and the non-gustable, meaning by the latter either that which is sapid but only in an ..."

2. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1889)
""The glandular secretion serves for the washing away of dissolved gustable substances, and for continuous cleansing of the papillae. ..."

3. Aristotle's Psychology: A Treatise on the Principle of Life (De Anima and by Aristotle (1902)
"Touch is more exquisitely developed in man than in any other creature, and taste, as a kind of touch, shares in this perfection. The gustable or flavour is ..."

4. Outlines of Psychology: Based Upon the Results of Experimental Investigation by Oswald Külpe, Edward Bradford Titchener (1909)
"Even this determination would remain problematical, as long as our ignorance of the physical or chemical meaning of ‘gustable' continued. ..."

5. Psychology, Descriptive and Explanatory: A Treatise of the Phenomena, Laws by George Trumbull Ladd (1894)
"There can be no doubt that all the " tastes " of gustable substances with which our daily experience makes us familiar are compounds ; many of these com- ..."

6. Psychology, Descriptive and Explanatory: A Treatise of the Phenomena, Laws by George Trumbull Ladd (1904)
"There can be no doubt that all the " tastes " of gustable substances with which our daily experience makes us familiar are compounds ..."

7. A System of Psychology by Knight Dunlap (1912)
"1 Substances which are gustable (sapid substances) must be dissolved in water (or in some aqueous liquid; saliva is, of course, the common solvent), ..."

8. A System of Psychology by Knight Dunlap (1912)
"Substances which are gustable (sapid substances) must be dissolved in water (or in some aqueous liquid; saliva is, of course, the common solvent), ..."

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