Origin of gustatory
Related formsgus·ta·to·ri·ly, adverbun·gus·ta·to·ry, adjective
Examples from the Web for gustatory
They become transformed at once into visual, instead of into olfactory or gustatory percepts.Illusions|James Sully
To such, the nearer the flavor approaches that of smoked herring and tobacco, the greater the gustatory gratification.Hints on cheese-making|Thomas Day Curtis
It was a singular thing, but at that first bite his sudden confidence in his gustatory ability almost overwhelmed him.The Voice of the Pack|Edison Marshall
For the sense of sight cannot perceive taste, nor can color be apprehended by the gustatory sense.A History of Mediaeval Jewish Philosophy|Isaac Husik
In the last two described sets of sensitive papillæ, the gustatory branch of the fifth pair of nerves ramifies.