gustable

adjective
gus·​ta·​ble | \ ˈgəstəbəl\

Definition of gustable

1 archaic : appetizing, savory, tasty
2 archaic : perceptible or distinguishable by taste an increased number of gustable differences— Herbert Spencer

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History and Etymology for gustable

Late Latin gustabilis, from Latin gustare to taste + -abilis -able

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