Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In medicine, a defect or loss of taste, occurring in colds and fevers, or arising from nervous disease.
- n. alternative spelling of ageusia.
“From the family lawyer telling us he has been crying to the effusive ageustia of empty-headed Hollywood entertainment merchants – enough!”
“a - geustia ` tasting 'ageustia ` no sense of taste”
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