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The quality of a food or drink perceived in the mouth, determined by a combination of sensory effects including its taste, odour, texture, temperature, colour, irritability, and sound (when chewed). US flavor. See also taste. [From Old French flaour flavour, probably influenced by savour taste, from Latin sapor taste, from sapere to taste]

Subjects: Psychology.

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