Definition of palatable in English:

palatable

Line breaks: pal¦at|able
Pronunciation: /ˈpalətəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Derivatives

palatability

Pronunciation: /-ˈbɪlɪti/
noun
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  • Additionally, they are practically spoil-proof, though adhering to best-before dates will guarantee maximum palatability.
  • Quite unlike a beef pelau, where visuals help trigger palatability, an egg roll could conceivably conceal some rather unpleasant surprises.
  • By ensuring the product is consistent in its hardness and palatability, intakes can be controlled and the cost of improved performance can be managed.

palatableness

noun
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  • The higher the viscosity level became the lower the palatableness.

palatably

adverb
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  • Do you know what kind of garbage you are thrusting upon the tables of our society when you have no idea whether the proportions of spices are palatably acceptable?
  • Luckily, although these varieties are genetically identical, they are not palatably identical once transformed into alcohol.
  • To its predominantly white, upper to middle class, politically central and generally wildly homophobic audiences, this act somehow palatably spoke anti-apartheid, anti-government, pro-democracy.

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