- taste + -able (Wiktionary)
“Dodgers go down in the top of the ninth and this is when you sense a helpless scattering, it is tastable in the air, audible in the lone-wolf calls from high in the stands.”
“Which connects me to simply low & sweet and nearly tastable leather or comfort scents, like PG L'Ombre Fauve, Lancome Cuir de Lancome.”
“Tis not improbable also, but that our _taste_ may be very much improv'd either by _preparing_ our taste for the Body, as, after eating _bitter_ things, _Wine_, or other _Vinous liquors_, are more sensibly tasted; or else by _preparing_ Bodies for our tast; as the dissolving of Metals with acid Liquors, make them tastable, which were before altogether insipid; thus _Lead_ becomes _sweeter_ then Sugar, and _Silver_ more _bitter_ then”
“taste": the sense organ, the sensation aroused, and the properties of sapid, or tastable, substances (33).”
“Everything’s got better (tastable, hot, fast, no more long lines.)”
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