Origin of gustatory
OTHER WORDS FROM gustatorygus·ta·to·ri·ly, adverbun·gus·ta·to·ry, adjective
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How to use gustatory in a sentence
High levels of ambient noise and loud music also affect gustatory and olfactory sensitivity.Your Brain Is Like Beethoven - Issue 107: The Edge|Jonathan Berger|October 27, 2021|Nautilus
They were aiming for the gustatory cortex — the part of the brain that processes taste.
The gustatory cortex is located just above and a little in front of your ears.
His art collection includes a live tortoise covered in gems and a "flavor organ" on which he can play gustatory fugues.
Traveling through Europe, blogger Molly Hannon pauses to reflect on the city of Dijon's legendary gustatory heritage.
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
Other senses tend to associate themselves with the chromatic sense, for example, the stereognostic and gustatory senses.Montessori Elementary Materials|Maria Montessori
The only motive for the act, on the part of the original “friends” is friendship, and the gustatory joy of the wedding feast.Village Life in China|Arthur H. Smith
It is in these sensitive papill that the ramifications of the gustatory or tasting nerves terminate.Popular Education|Ira Mayhew
Thus, a patient's horror of poison may have its first origin in some subjective gustatory sensation.Illusions|James Sully