/ (ˌɡæstrəˈnɒmɪk) /

  1. of or relating to food and cookery, esp the art of good eating

Derived forms of gastronomic

  • gastronomically, adverb

Words Nearby gastronomic

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How to use gastronomic in a sentence

  • Now, among the trifles that grate upon the masculine mind, is having an indisposition referred to gastronomic indulgence.

    Southern Hearts | Florence Hull Winterburn
  • Everything gastronomic in my nature craves it, but cowardly fear restrains me (it looks slippery), and I refuse it.

    Bizarre | Lawton Mackall
  • And now as he ate his sandwich there was the savor of all the gastronomic memories of a healthy and happy childhood.

    The Gay Cockade | Temple Bailey
  • All men are gamblers in some way or another, and Le hasard is a game of gastronomic chance.

    In the Days of My Youth | Amelia Ann Blandford Edwards