palatable
I adjective acceptable, agreeable, ambrosial, ambrosian, amenable, appetizing, becoming, causing pleasure, cibarious, comestible, congenial, delectable, delicate, delicious, delightful, drinkable, dulcet, dulcis, eatable, edible, enjoyable, epicurean, esculent, flavorful, flavorous, flavorsome, good, good-tasting, good to eat, gratifying, inviting, iucundus, likable, luscious, meeting standards, nectareous, nice, piquant, pleasant, pleasing, pleasurable, potable, prepossessing, refreshing, relishable, sapid, satisfactory, savory, scrumptious, suavis, succulent, tangy, tasteful, tasty, tempting, toothsome, unobjectionable, up to par, welcome II index popular, sapid, savory

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  • palatable — palatable, appetizing, savory, sapid, tasty, toothsome, flavorsome, relishing mean agreeable or pleasant to the taste. Palatable is not emphatic in its implication of pleasantness; therefore it seldom suggests deliciousness and often, on the… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • palatable — This does not seem especially business related. pal‧at‧a‧ble [ˈpælətəbl] adjective if a suggestion, offer, proposal etc is made palatable, it is changed so that people will accept it and approve of it: • The proposal was engineered as a more… …   Financial and business terms

  • Palatable — Pal a*ta*ble, a. [From {Palate}.] Agreeable to the palate or taste; savory; hence, acceptable; pleasing; as, palatable food; palatable advice. Opposite of {unpalatable}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • palatable — ● palatable adjectif Se dit d un aliment qui procure une sensation agréable lors de sa consommation …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • palatable — (adj.) 1660s, good tasting, from PALATE (Cf. palate) + ABLE (Cf. able). Figurative use from 1680s. Related: Palatability …   Etymology dictionary

  • palatable — [adj] delicious, agreeable acceptable, A OK*, aperitive, appetizing, attractive, cool, copacetic, delectable, delightful, divine, enjoyable, fair, flavorsome, good tasting, heavenly, home cooking*, luscious, mellow, mouthwatering, peachy,… …   New thesaurus

  • palatable — ► ADJECTIVE 1) pleasant to taste. 2) (of an action or proposal) acceptable. DERIVATIVES palatability noun palatably adverb …   English terms dictionary

  • palatable — [pal′it ə bəl] adj. [ PALAT(E) + ABLE] 1. pleasant or acceptable to the taste; fit to be eaten or drunk 2. acceptable to the mind palatability n. palatableness palatably adv …   English World dictionary

  • palatable — palatability, palatableness, n. palatably, adv. /pal euh teuh beuhl/, adj. 1. acceptable or agreeable to the palate or taste; savory: palatable food. 2. acceptable or agreeable to the mind or feelings: palatable ideas. [1660 70; PALATE + ABLE]… …   Universalium

  • palatable — pal|at|a|ble [ˈpælətəbəl] adj 1.) palatable food or drink has a pleasant or acceptable taste ≠ ↑unpalatable ▪ a very palatable wine 2.) an idea, suggestion etc that is palatable is acceptable ≠ ↑unpalatable palatable to ▪ They changed the wording …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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