Definition of Gustatorial
1. Adjective. Of or relating to gustation.
Partainyms: Taste, Taste, Taste
Derivative terms: Gustation, Gustation
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gustatorial
Literary usage of Gustatorial
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Enthusiasts of Port-Royal by Lilian Rea (1912)
"... of the Duc de la Rochefoucauld of the combination of intellectual commerce and gustatorial interest which reigned between him and Madame de Sable. ..."
2. Unjust Laws which Govern Woman: Probate Confiscation by J. W. Stow (1877)
"And without waiting a reply he called, with a gustatorial smack of the lips, that echoed through the court-room like a pistol-crack, " The case of the widow ..."
3. Our Edible Toadstools and Mushrooms and how to Distinguish Them: A Selection by William Hamilton Gibson (1895)
"In such case it were well to consider further the experiences of Mr. Palmer, which will show the wisdom of keeping your gustatorial and artistic mycology in ..."
4. Panama and the Sierras: A Doctor's Wander Days by George Frank Lydston (1900)
"But I reckoned without my stomach, which betrayed my confidence, and received all too unkindly the bland gustatorial overtures of the milk punches. ..."