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nounusually taste buds
Any of the clusters of bulbous nerve endings on the tongue and in the lining of the mouth which provide the sense of taste.
palate, sense of taste, taste buds, appetite, stomachView synonyms
- ‘At any one time less than a third of the cells in the taste bud are innervated.’
- ‘The overpowering scent and taste of whiskey fills my nostrils and burns my taste buds.’
- ‘Anyways, they serve the tea in a tri-layer presentation at Mariposa, making it pretty for the eyes, refreshing to the taste bud, and soothing in the throat.’
- ‘Your taste buds will naturally adjust to less salty foods and will actually prefer them after a few weeks.’
- ‘Health because they are recking their body, through destroying their lungs, taste buds and depriving their brain of oxygen.’
- ‘The taste buds of the lake sturgeon protrude from the toothless mouth and are used to help in the selection of food.’
- ‘Our bowels and taste buds rebelled against the fare that Cook's men had found wholesome.’
- ‘The taste buds are small lumps on the surface of the tongue which are packed with chemical receptors.’
- ‘Salisbury's food and drink festival is guaranteed to cook up a storm this weekend, with a mouthwatering line-up to tantalise every taste bud.’
- ‘The texture is smooth, with a tiny amount of dark red and orange grit that buries itself deep in the crevasses between your tongue's taste buds.’
- ‘The sweet and tangy fruit sorbet cleanses the palate so your taste buds are ready to appreciate the next dish.’
- ‘I am not a sensation yet, however I do still have sensation in all my limbs, my nerves, and my taste buds.’
- ‘The taste bud contains neuroepithelial and supporting cells.’
- ‘The past few days of fighting starvation has helped deaden my taste buds and still my stomach somewhat now.’
- ‘Indulge every taste bud with Chocolate Cream Pie, Kerry Sweet's newest frozen dessert flavor concept.’
- ‘Hawaii Big Island has a lot to offer to satisfy everyone's taste bud.’
- ‘Besides, every time you pop a shard of mango in your mouth, your taste buds must be having a party.’
- ‘Anything that prods the palate and tingles taste buds gets my vote.’
- ‘Taste is the sensation of a dissolved object penetrating the taste buds on the tongue and surfaces of the mouth.’
- ‘Tastes are what we detect with the taste buds in our mouths.’
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