Definition of Taste property

1. Noun. A property appreciated via the sense of taste.




Lexicographical Neighbors of Taste Property

taste-maker
taste-tester
taste blindness
taste bud
taste buds
taste bulb
taste cell
taste cells
taste corpuscle
taste deficiency
taste hairs
taste like chicken
taste of one's own medicine
taste perception
taste pore
taste property (current term)
taste ridge
taste sensation
taste tester
taste threshold
tasteable
tastebud
tastebuds
tasted
tasteful
tastefully
tastefulness
tastefulnesses
tasteless
tastelessly

Literary usage of Taste property

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

1. A Short history of Aryan medical science by Bhagavat Siṃhajī (1896)
"There are certain drugs whose taste, property, power, and consequence of action are analogous, and yet the effects produced by them are quite dissimilar. ..."

2. Translation of the second book of the Ramayan, from the Hindi of Tulsi Das by Tulasīdāsa, Tulasī Dāsa, Tulsidas, Adalut Khan (1871)
"Gave them to all with entreaties and salutation, after describing their taste, property, virtue and name. (They added,) " You are (the personification) of ..."

3. Forty-odd Years in the Literary Shopby James Lauren Ford by James Lauren Ford (1921)
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