sapid

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adjective sap·id \ ˈsa-pəd \

Definition of sapid

1 :having flavor :flavorful
2 archaic :agreeable to the mind

sapidity

play \sa-ˈpi-də-tē\ noun, archaic

Origin and Etymology of sapid

Latin sapidus tasty, from sapere to taste — more at sage


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sapid

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adjective sap·id \ ˈsap-əd \

medical Definition of sapid

:affecting the organs of taste :possessing flavor and especially a strong agreeable flavor

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