Adjective(1) of or relating to gustation
(1) Hunger could have an effect on the tongue's taste receptors, or on how the brain perceives gustatory information.(2) I'm not entirely sure why other food products like beef and sweet corn have been exempt so far, but I suspect that the reasons are mainly economic and social rather than gustatory .(3) Recently, however, two of the city's most venerable gustatory landmarks, P.J. Clarke's and the main dining room at the Carlyle Hotel, have attempted to buck this immutable trend.(4) Look beyond such gustatory delights, and you'll find there's also plenty of history here.(5) Such a sense of the right taste often though not always produces a gustatory conservatism.(6) Imagery should involve as many of the five senses - auditory, olfactory, tactile, gustatory and kinesthetic - as possible.(7) I regarded the wretched, debauched souls around me downing their chocolate chip cookies and fries as mere animals reduced to satisfying gustatory lusts.(8) Still, is it not beneath our dignity to indulge in gustatory delights to the extent that we appear to be more concerned about stimulating our tongues and stomachs than our brains?(9) Pollan embarks on a philosophical and gustatory road-trip across the spectrum of modern eating.(10) Other work from the Jeffery lab suggests that the expanding genes are responsible for an increase in jaw size and the number of gustatory receptors.(11) And of course, there were the dishes prepared within a 60-minute time limit - the gustatory works of art created looked every bit as appetizing as I imagine they tasted.(12) And indeed, judging by the guest's drooling, lip-smacking and eye-rolling, he finds this Camembert something out of the world, beyond all his gustatory experience.(13) The gustatory sense organs in higher vertebrates are limited to the cavity of the mouth.(14) There are two primary forms of chemoreceptors: gustatory and olfactory, which are responsible for the senses of taste and smell.(15) Fat and sweetening agents were eventually introduced to the mix, which may have compromised the dough's shelf life but certainly enhanced its gustatory appeal.(16) Too often we are so distracted by the myriad restaurants and products available to us - and the gustatory experience they promise - that we don't notice the real Chef behind the banquet.
(1) gustatory :: 味覚
1. gustative ::
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