tasty
adjective (tastier; -est) Date: 1603 1. a. having a marked and appetizing flavor <
a tasty meal
>
b. strikingly attractive or interesting <
a tasty bit of gossip
>
2. tasteful Synonyms: see palatabletastily adverbtastiness noun

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  • tasty — savory, sapid, *palatable, appetizing, toothsome, flavorsome, relishing Antonyms: bland …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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  • tasty — ► ADJECTIVE (tastier, tastiest) 1) (of food) having a pleasant, distinct flavour. 2) informal, chiefly Brit. attractive; appealing. DERIVATIVES tastily adverb tastiness noun …   English terms dictionary

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