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Monday, September 26, 2011

Definitions for sapid

  1. Having taste or flavor, especially having a strong pleasant flavor.
  2. Agreeable to the mind; to one's liking.

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Citations for sapid
Chemistry can concentrate the sapid and odorous elements of the peach and the bitter almond into a transparent fluid David William Cheever, The Atlantic
I've raved about the elegant and earthy lobster-and-truffle sausage, the sapid sea bass with coarse salt poached in lobster oil, and the indescribably complex and delectable ballottine of lamb stuffed with ground veal, sweet-breads and truffles. James Villas, Town & Country
Origin of sapid
1625-1635
Sapid comes from Latin sapidus, "savory," from sapere, "to taste."
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