Origin of sapid
Related formssa·pid·i·ty, sap·id·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for sapid
The cup furnishes a thin film like swan-skin which imbibes the sapid exudations from the stem, the source of nourishment.Social Life in the Insect World|J. H. Fabre
Soft, sheep, sapid and extremely oily as the superlative ão implies.The Complete Book of Cheese|Robert Carlton Brown
Pure water is neither sapid nor odorous, equivalent to Water is not sapid; Water is not odorous.Logic|Carveth Read
But I speak of the cruet sauces, where the quintessence of the sapid is condensed in a phial.Crotchet Castle|Thomas Love Peacock
Sapid, sap′id, adj. well-tasted: savoury: that affects the taste.