Definition of Saporific

1. a. Having the power to produce the sensation of taste; producing taste, flavor, or relish.



Definition of Saporific

1. Adjective. Having the power to produce the sensation of taste. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Saporific

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saporific

saponifier
saponifiers
saponifies
saponify
saponifying
saponin
saponine
saponines
saponins
saponite
saponites
saponul
saponule
saponules
sapor
saporific (current term)
saporosity
saporous
sapors
sapota
sapotaceous
sapotas
sapote
sapotes
sapour
sapours
sappan
sappan wood
sappans
sappare

Literary usage of Saporific

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1907)
"The saporific action could be maintained for several days without apparent injury. The largest total amount used on one patient was ^ gr. scopolamine and ..."

2. The Problem of Human Life: Embracing the "evolution of Sound" and "evolution by Alexander Wilford Hall (1880)
"... which an effort of attention can easily recognize as the saporific harmonics in the scale of gastronomy,— while, without any additions by the cuisine, ..."

3. Lectures on Theology by John Dick, Andrew Coventry Dick (1850)
"Here, then, we have extension where there is nothing extended; colour •where there is nothing coloured; taste and smell where there is nothing saporific or ..."

4. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1907)
"The saporific action could be maintained for several days without apparent injury. The largest total amount used on one patient was ^ gr. scopolamine and ..."

5. The Problem of Human Life: Embracing the "evolution of Sound" and "evolution by Alexander Wilford Hall (1880)
"... which an effort of attention can easily recognize as the saporific harmonics in the scale of gastronomy,— while, without any additions by the cuisine, ..."

6. Lectures on Theology by John Dick, Andrew Coventry Dick (1850)
"Here, then, we have extension where there is nothing extended; colour •where there is nothing coloured; taste and smell where there is nothing saporific or ..."

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