gastronomically

adverb
gas·tro·nom·i·cal·ly | \ˌga-strə-ˈnä-mi-k(ə-)lē \

Definition of gastronomically 

1 : from the standpoint of gastronomy gastronomically fashionable

2 : toward gastronomy gastronomically inclined

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Such efforts are happily tempting traditionalists as well as the gastronomically restless. New York Times, "5 New York Times Writers on What They Got Right and Wrong in the Early ’80s," 13 Apr. 2018 Most compelling for the gastronomically focused, 90 percent of Golden 1 ingredients comes from within 150 miles of the stadium. Maurizio Cattelan, Vogue, "Game Day Goes Gourmet: All The Best New Things to Eat at Sports Arenas Now," 30 July 2017 Her Mother’s Day celebration was a triumph on every level: gastronomically, emotionally, spiritually. Chris Erskine, latimes.com, "How the Queen and I spent a particularly decadent Mother's Day," 16 May 2017 Creating a visually and gastronomically satisfying meal is art. Alix Strauss, Marie Claire, "High-End Chefs Are Taking Weed Way Beyond Edibles," 20 Apr. 2017

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First Known Use of gastronomically

1844, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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