Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One versed in gastronomy; one who is a judge of good living; a judge of the art of cookery; a gourmet; an epicure.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun a lover of good food; a connoisseur or gourmet

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Examples

  • Granpa said the word gastronomer conceals within it the word astronomer.

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  • I' not very jiggy with labelling myself but I vastly prefer the word gastronomer to foodie.

    At My Table

  • Wonder if the word gastronomer might solve a problem for those who don't like the word foodie?

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  • Granpa said the word gastronomer conceals within it the word astronomer.

    At My Table

  • Wonder if the word gastronomer might solve a problem for those who don't like the word foodie?

    At My Table

  • Love the notion of "gastronomer", but needs to be shorter and punchier -- "gastro", perhaps?

    At My Table

  • Joseph Erdos is a New York-based writer and editor, but above all a gastronomer and oenophile.

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  • Joseph Erdos is a New York-based writer and editor, but above all a gastronomer and oenophile.

    One For The Table: Shu Mai For The Chinese New Year

  • So too did the Romantic gastronomer, a strangely forgotten figure, help prepare the way for today's haute couture.

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  • The gastronomer around the turn of the nineteenth century began to make a fine art of food just as his better-known peer, the dandy, would do of fashion.

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