organoleptic

[awr-guh-nl-ep-tik, awr-gan-l-ep]
adjective
1.
perceived by a sense organ.
2.
capable of detecting a sensory stimulus.

Origin:
1850–55; organo- + -leptic < Greek lēptikós disposed to accept; see -lepsy, -tic

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organoleptic (ˌɔːɡənəʊˈlɛptɪk)
 
adj
1.  able to stimulate an organ, esp a special sense organ
2.  able to perceive a sensory stimulus

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organoleptic or·gan·o·lep·tic (ôr'gə-nō-lěp'tĭk, ôr-gān'ə-)
adj.

  1. Relating to perception by a sensory organ.

  2. Involving the use of sense organs.

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