|condiment and flavor enhancer, sodium glutamate||monosodium glutamate|
|a trademark for an alcoholic liquor with the flavor of anise||Pernod|
|a trademark for pentobarbital sodium, a barbiturate used as a sedative and an anticonvulsant, commercial name for a sleep-inducing drug||Nembutal|
|a trademark for thiopental sodium||Sodium Pentothal|
|a trademark for thiopental sodium, also known as sodium pentothal, a barbiturate drug used in medicine||Pentothal|
|ability to judge aesthetically, act of tasting, check flavor by eating; attempt, try, discern flavor, enjoy something, experience something, first experience, have particular flavor, liking for something, quality, sensation stimulated in taste buds, se...||taste|
|acidic liquid that is made from a natural fermentation process and is often used for cooking and as a condiment; sourness; vitality, ill temper, sour-tasting liquid||vinegar|
|acidity, sour flavor; bitterness, disillusionment, resentment||sourness|
|add flavor to; spice; give a particular shade or mood to, characteristic taste, give flavor to food, give something uniqueness, odor or fragrance, property of elementary particles, something adding flavor to food, taste; something that adds taste, flav...||flavor|
|add ginger to something, flavor with ginger; energize, enliven (Informal), flavored with ginger, having a reddish brown coloring, having ginger color, hot-tasting spice, orange- or brownish-yellow color, plant, plant having yellowish-green flowers and ...||ginger|
|add lard to meat before cooking, include extra words, pig fat, spread with pig fat; flavor with pig fat; embellish, add to (a speech, etc.), white cooking fat||lard|
|add new wine to old wine as a means of reviving the fermentation process and also the flavor, add stum, must, grape juice that has not yet fermented||stum|
|add sauce to food, enliven something, flavoring liquid for food, gravy, liquid condiment poured over food for extra flavor; something that spices, something that adds flavor; boldness, insolence (Slang); stewed and pureed fruit; vegetables served with ...||sauce|
|additive enhancing flavor of food||flavor enhancer|
|affect somebody with cold, chill, go quickly, injure growth of something, make something narrower, pinch something, pinch; frosty chill; small sip; small bite; sharp or spicy flavor, sever something, sharp flavor, sharp squeeze, small brief bite, small...||nip|
|alkali derived from seaweed, ash from barilla plant, plant burned for sodium carbonate||barilla|
|allow air through, develop flavor through exposure to air, expel substance with breath, exude quality, give somebody or something a quality, live, pause to rest, respire; exhale; whisper; blow, say something secretively, smell something, take in air, waft||breathe|
|appetizing, dish that adds relish, kind of mint, not sweet, respectable, savory leaves, summer savory, tasty, having a pleasant flavor; fragrant, having a pleasant odor; appetizing; agreeable, pleasant; spicy, piquant||savory|
|aromatic plant substance used as flavoring, aromatic vegetable substance used to season food, flavoring; aromatic odor, fragrance; something which adds zest or interest, exciting or interesting thing, flavor with a spice, add a spice to; add zest to, m...||spice|
|aromatic plant, dill leaves or seeds, fool, type of plant whose seeds and leaves are used to flavor food||dill|
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