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Questions with the noun Taste

15 examples:

How about the taste?

Would you care for a taste?

Do you like the taste of beer?

Do you like the taste of lemons?

What does the special taste like?

Do you like the taste of truffle?

Why don't you try a taste of this?

Can the monkey know the taste of ginger?
(Asian-Indian proverb)

A taste of things to come?
(BBC News - World News, )

Do you do it for the taste?
(Tech Times - Health, )

Don't want to eat meat but enjoy the taste of seared carcass?
(The Independent - Food & Drink, )

How about a taste of Kale and Orange Cupcakes with Orange Icing?
(The Vancouver Sun - Food, )

Why do we really like one type of food and can’t stand the taste of something else?
(BBC News - World News, )

Never mind the taste of the limited-edition drink, but does it put you in the mood for some Trent Reznor tunes?
(CNET News - Business Tech, )

Delegates at a model United Nations Conference got a taste of a real life international row after Chinese students and US organizers clashed over one of the world's most delicate diplomatic talking points ?
(Forbes - Education, )

Sentences with the noun Taste

100 examples:

Have a taste.

You have no taste.

Here, have a taste.

Let me have a taste.

She isn't to my taste.

Its taste is wonderful!

The taste is delicious.

Wine is not to my taste.

A cold dulled his taste.

It is a matter of taste.

That's quite to my taste.

My taste is quite normal.

It's a question of taste.

The milk has a bad taste.

Tom didn't like the taste.

This fruit has a bad taste.

Raw fish is not to my taste.

The taste of love is bitter.

Choice is a matter of taste.

Her dress is not to my taste.

This is the taste of victory.

Dried fish is not to my taste.

I like the taste of watermelon

I can't distinguish the taste.

Modern jazz is not to my taste.

I love the taste of watermelon.

I hope the wine is to your taste.

The color goes against her taste.

I don't like the taste of onions.

I don't like the taste of tomatoes.

That remark was in very poor taste.

That is most agreeable to the taste.

The taste of sugar is too noticeable.

Every separation is a taste of death.

The people enjoyed a taste of freedom.

My taste is quite different from yours.

I'm sick and tired of his lack of taste.

I found no shoes completely to my taste.

My sister and I hate the taste of peach.

We are distinct from each other in taste.

There was some taste of lemon in the cake.

Mario prefers the taste of the sugar apple.

Garlic is used to improve the taste of food.

It is said that the taste of love is bitter.

Let them have a taste of their own medicine.

Abstract art is not to the taste of everyone.

Come on! I will show you the taste of defeat.

This type of music is not to everyone's taste.

I love the taste when I bite into a juicy peach.

This sort of music is not to the taste of everybody.

I hate the taste of my saliva after eating chocolate.

It's about time you got a taste of your own medicine.

She gave me a necktie, which entirely matched my taste.

The taste of the first kiss remains vivid in my memory.

The taste of wine is largely dependent upon the weather.

She gave him a necktie which was completely to his taste.

My little sister doesn't like the taste of cottage cheese.

If you add sauce to curry rice, the taste will be more dense.

The fruit is similar to an orange in shape and to a pineapple in taste.

The vanity of others is only counter to our taste when it is counter to our vanity.

The brioche is like the bastard child of sponge cake and bread, but its taste is peerless.

I don't mind since I'm used to it, but the first guy who thought about making a hearse with a golden roof on top of it, he must have had quite bad taste.

Every man to his taste.
(French proverb)

Every one to his taste.
(Traditional proverb)

Every worm to his taste.
(Japanese proverb)

The art is to eat it with taste.
(French proverb)

Taste in variety, variety in taste.
(Nicaraguan proverb)

It takes taste to account for taste.
(Spanish proverb)

A lordly taste make a beggar's purse.
(German proverb)

Only love gives us the taste of eternity.
(Jewish proverb)

I don't want to do anything in bad taste.
(Mark Roberts)

You've got to change with the public's taste.
(Nat King Cole)

Although pepper is tiny, its taste is intense.
(Hungarian proverb)

Color is a matter of taste and of sensitivity.
(Edouard Manet)

One must suffer to find out the taste of solace.
(Valeriu Butulescu in Immensity of the Point)

A lazy fly cannot have a taste of a fresh wound.
(African proverb)

There is taste in variety, and variety in taste.
(Nicaraguan proverb)

You must judge a woman by the taste of her soup.
(Ugandan proverb)

A little bad taste is like a nice dash of paprika.
(Dorothy Parker)

Sprinkle a little reality on it... just for taste.
(John Lavachielli)

When the fruit is scarcest, its taste is sweetest.
(Irish proverb)

I don't think I've got bad taste. I've got no taste.
(Graham Norton)

Envy for a friend is like the taste of a sour pumpkin.
(Peruvian proverb)

Nothing is more fearful than imagination without taste.
(Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)

Intelligence is really a kind of taste: taste in ideas.
(Susan Sontag)

Beauty is the sole ambition, the exclusive goal of Taste.
(Charles Baudelaire)

I think one of the most boring things is a person's taste.
(Ian Williams)

To achieve harmony in bad taste is the height of elegance.
(Jean Genet)

Though pepper is a tiny thing, its taste is mighty powerful.
(Arabian proverb)

The taste of defeat has a richness of experience all its own.
(Bill Bradley)

Mr. James Joyce is a great man who is entirely without taste.
(Rebecca West)

There is nothing more dreadful than imagination without taste.
(Goethe)

Bad taste is simply saying the truth before it should be said.
(Mel Brooks)

One who eats alone cannot discuss the taste of the food with others.
(African proverb)

I hate the taste of alcohol. When I'm drinking, I'm drinking Red Bull.
(Paris Hilton)

No one ever went broke underestimating the taste of the American public.
(H.L. Mencken)

I'm 33 years old now. I really want that ring. I got a taste of it here.
(Latrell Sprewell)

I am perfectly willing for my music to exist with somebody else's taste.
(David Tudor)

Nobody ever went broke underestimating the taste of the American public.
(H.L. Mencken)

The tiger that has once tasted blood is never sated with the taste of it.
(Spanish proverb)

Questions with the verb Taste

9 examples:

How does it taste?

Does it taste okay?

Did you taste the rice?

Where did you taste them?

Can you taste the garlic?

Would you like to taste this yummy cake?

But how does it taste?
(NBC Today, )

Can you taste the rainbow?
(The Independent - Health & Families, )

But what does it taste like?
(Harry Wallop in The Telegraph - Food and Drink, )

Sentences with the verb Taste

29 examples:

I can taste something strange in this soup.

I wanted this watch so badly I could taste it.

If you taste this sauce you'll find it a bit salty.

This store's hamburgers taste better than that one's.

Be sure to taste your words before you spit them out.

The scientists concluded that acids in wine make it taste bad.

He was curious about how it would taste, so he took a small bite.

I have drunken deep of joy, and I will taste no other wine tonight.

When you taste it, you will find all this food excellent and very nourishing.

Tom claims that he can taste the difference between these two brands of salt.

Only a true artist would agree to sing for his supper because he knows it would taste better that way.

The inky litre of blueberry juice needed something else to make it taste better, but he could not discern what that something could be.

When birds burp, it must taste like bugs.
(Bill Watterson)

Crumb not your bread before you taste your porridge.
(English proverb)

I have drunken deep of joy, And I will taste no other wine tonight.
(Percy Bysshe Shelley)

I rise to taste the dawn, and find that love alone will shine today.
(Ken Wilber)

Scratch an old woman's back and she will let you taste her pepper pot.
(Jamaican proverb)

Benefits should be conferred gradually; and in that way they will taste better.
(Niccolo Machiavelli)

Know why certain foods, such as truffles, are expensive. It's not because they taste best.
(Marilyn vos Savant)

Now the time has come to taste it.
(Los Angeles Times - Travel & Deal Blog, )

We will taste test a few on this Friday, March 13.
(NBC Today, )

We need to taste the fat in food in order to feel full.
(Daily Mail - Health, )

Sorry, you won't be able to taste "Face Book" the drink.
(CNET News, )

Some people see a color when they taste a food or drink.
(The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle, )

But that doesn't necessarily mean it will taste less sweet.
(Daniel Schwartz in CBC News - Health, )

A new opera's undercover job is to taste the flavor of that sadness.
(Mark Swed, Los Angeles Times Music Critic in Los Angeles Times - Culture Monster, )

Walking down Naples' narrow streets, they say you can taste football.
(CNN - World Sport, )

TV dinners don’t have to taste like the cardboard they’re packed in.
(The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle, )

Plant-based food is in, and these are the best places to taste the trend.
(USA Today - Travel, )

Negative sentences with the verb Taste

18 examples:

The food didn't taste that bad.

Since I have a cold, I can't taste.

This doesn't taste like pork to me.

The food didn't taste all that bad.

Since I have a cold, I can't taste anything.

When I have a cold, I cannot taste anything.

The orange didn't taste either sweet or sour.

Tom can't taste the difference between expensive wine and cheap wine.

It doesn't taste all that great for all the effort and technique the chef put into it.

According to the old man I met yesterday, cockroaches can be eaten and don't taste all that bad.

Success doesn't taste of anything and doesn't smell of anything, and once you've gotten used to it, it's as if it never even existed.

One mouth doesn't taste the beer.
(Bantu proverb)

He deserves not the sweet that will not taste the sour.
(Romanian proverb)

At the pharmacy don't taste, at the blacksmith's don't touch.
(Sicilian proverb)

Pride would be a lot easier to swallow if it didn't taste so bad.
(Brad Moore)

Let's hope this doesn't taste like the real thing.
(Fox News - Lifestyle, )

You can look. You can touch. But you must not taste.
(USA Today - Entertainment, )

However, his first vintage doesn't taste the best, but has potential.
(Daily Mail - News, )

Questions

50 examples:

How does this soup taste?

Could I have a sample taste?

Did I mention I have great taste in food?

What's the use of sight if one lacks taste?

I can't taste the tofu. Is there really tofu in this?

Those little yogurts may be guiltless, but do they really taste like key lime pie?

Me and Tal's recent discussion prompted me to ask you. I expect cats to taste better than dogs. Agree?

Their house is decorated in such bad taste - where did they get the idea of buying these mock rococo chairs to the living room?

Is there some gustatory or culinary analog of a novel or film? In other words, can you eat or taste a complete, riveting story the way you can watch or read one?

What does music taste like?
(Randall Roberts in Los Angeles Times - Pop & Hiss, )

Does it really taste like ceviche?
(The Denver Post - Food, )

So what does it actually taste like?
(Sarah Young in The Independent - Food & Drink, )

Can India get a taste for craft beer?
(BBC News - Business, )

What does lab-cultured beef taste like?
(Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )

Does it leave a bad taste in your mouth?
(Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )

Want a true taste of the real Louisiana?
(The Vancouver Sun - Travel, )

Could science make your beer taste better?
(CNET News, )

Who is getting an unlikely taste for goals?
(BBC Sport, )

Was the 1970s the decade that forgot taste?
(Susie Mesure in The Independent - Food & Drink, )

What makes stevia taste so extremely sweet?
(Science Daily - News, )

Do you wonder what your Twitter posts taste like?
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )

Would this dessert taste different on a black plate?
(BBC News - Business, )

Could you date someone with a terrible taste in music?
(Forbes - Technology, )

Come to California wine country taste the -- olive oil?
(The Vancouver Sun - Travel, )

What happens when a wine writer loses his taste for wine?
(The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle, )

The secret to making these veggie burgers taste like red meat?
(The Wall Street Journal - U.S. Business, )

Does Cadbury chocolate taste different in different countries?
(BBC News - U.K. News, )

No, it doesn't taste like horses. That's awful. Why would you think that?
(CNET News - Business Tech, )

Self-indulgent ego trip—or a thoughtful way to show off your great taste?
(The Wall Street Journal - Technology, )

Do you buy organic food for its taste, farming methods or nutrition levels?
(Ian Marber in The Telegraph - Food and Drink, )

Who paid the price for bravery? Who is getting an unlikely taste for goals?
(BBC Sport, )

So why do some people gag at the taste, while others think they are delicious?
(Daily Mail - Health, )

Brussels sprouts that taste like sherbet lemons and cake that isn’t fattening?
(Daily Mail - Health, )

Do spiders and insects taste like marine arthropods (crabs, lobsters, shrimp, etc.)?
(Quora, Contributor http://www.forbes.com/sites/quora/ in Forbes - Technology, )

Hummingbirds are able to taste sweets, unlike other avian species, but how is that possible?
(Tech Times - Science, )

Did you realise that ordering first when dining with friends will make your food taste better?
(Daily Mail - Health, )

Who paid the price for bravery? Who led by example? Who is getting an unlikely taste for goals?
(BBC Sport - Football, )

Is it your own innate taste or what you have been taught that decides if you like a work of art?
(Science Daily - News, )

Do you prefer "golden maple syrup with a delicate taste" or "very dark maple syrup with a strong taste"?
(CBC News in CBC News - Politics, )

You’re probably familiar with salty, sweet, bitter, and sour, but did you know there’s a fifth taste?
(Fox News - Health, )

The British are a nation of chocolate lovers but could leaving the EU make our best-loved bars taste bad?
(BBC News - U.K. News, )

Did you know that some foods lose their taste and texture, go off more quickly and sometimes blacken when refrigerated?
(Daily Mail - Health, )

Does Scotch whisky taste better in the Highlands, against the backdrop of the Ryder Cup and with a smattering of celebs?
(Andrew Marszal in The Telegraph - Food and Drink, )

But do these huge novelty eggs have superior taste, too, or compromise on quality and presentation in the quest to go super-size?
(Daily Mail - News, )

Before you drink that free Slurpee, don't you want to know exactly what makes those neon colors so bright, and the taste so sweet?
(Forbes - Business, )

For many years luxury London department store Harrods has come out second best in blind taste tests on mince pies by the consumer group Which?
(Daily Mail - News, )

We shouldn’t be drinking energy drinks, we’ve all learned that by now - they are full of whatever you can’t name, but what do they really taste like?
(The Independent - Gadgets & Tech, )

Who wakes up in the morning and decides caramel and sea salt would be perfect in a Scotch ale, or that an India Pale Ale would taste great with a hit of basil?
(The Vancouver Sun - Life, )

When consumers taste cheap wine and rate it highly because they believe it is expensive, is it because prejudice has blinded them to the actual taste, or has prejudice actually changed their brain function, causing them to experience the cheap wine in the same physical way as the expensive wine?
(Science Daily - News, )

Not quite, said BBC director-general Tony Hall in a wide-ranging interview in this week's Radio Times, but the day is fast approaching. "The watershed is still a useful way of judging the content and sensitivities, and taste and decency issues," he conceded, but, "has the watershed got a future in 20 or 30 years' time?
(The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )

Other sentences

100 examples:

Come taste!

Taste this.

I taste of salt.

Add salt to taste.

Peaches taste sweet.

Each has his own taste.

These grapes taste sour.

Vinegar has a sharp taste.

It has a refreshing taste.

Taste the sweets of success.

She has a taste for reading.

This beer's taste is unique.

Add salt and pepper to taste.

His taste in music is superb.

He has more money than taste.

This salad has a lemon taste.

This cheese has a sharp taste.

This milk has a peculiar taste.

Plutonium has a metallic taste.

This coffee has a bitter taste.

I don't like his taste in color.

It's a matter of personal taste.

I don't like your taste in color.

My brother has a taste for music.

This old fish has a strange taste.

This seasoning has a bitter taste.

Not all red apples taste the same.

It's a question of personal taste.

These tomatoes don't have any taste.

Success has neither taste nor smell.

You can't even taste the difference.

I taste, eat and drink with my mouth.

Taste this wine to see if you like it.

Tom developed a taste for French wine.

It is just a matter of personal taste.

This liquor has a taste all of its own.

She is extreme in her taste in clothes.

Happiness has no taste without sadness.

This chocolate has a bittersweet taste.

Tom's taste in music is similar to mine.

The misery of others leaves a weird taste.

The orange left a strange taste in my mouth.

To he who is sick, honey has a bitter taste.

Taste the rice to see if it needs more salt.

I got a taste for sake at the age of fifteen.

I like the crisp taste of menthol cigarettes.

That experience left a bad taste in my mouth.

Taste the soup to see if it needs more garlic.

Taste the sauce to see if it needs more chili.

My wife's taste in dress is contrary to my own.

The combination leaves a bad taste in the mouth.

It's like I always say: you don't discuss taste.

My wife's taste in clothes is different from mine.

She made some brownies, but they had a strange taste.

My wife showed excellent taste in decorating the room.

I think Frankfurters have much more taste than Viennese.

Once he got a taste, you couldn't keep him away from it.

I find that Frankfurters have a better taste than Viennese.

I find that frankfurters have much more taste than wieners.

Medicines must have a bitter taste, or else they won't help.

Food really does taste better when eaten with close friends.

Once you get the taste for gambling, it's hard to give it up.

Humans have five senses: sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell.

Unfortunately for his résumé, he has no taste for volunteering.

His doctors told him that he would see, hear, and taste as before.

Her eclectic taste was evident from the unusual decor of the room.

If you put more tea leaves into the pot, the tea will taste better.

I don't like to eat sardines, because I think they taste too salty.

It's a little expensive for lunch, but the taste matches the price.

The real taste of life is not found in great things, but in small ones.

For being such an expensive wine, it really should taste better than this.

An egotist is a person of low taste, more interested in himself than in me.

Many people, if not most, look on literary taste as an elegant accomplishment.

A litany of taste tests enabled Hugo to distinguish between a variety of pastes.

When it comes to cheese, it's Camembert. More than the taste, it makes me nostalgic.

Perhaps the robin's got a taste for the finer things in life and has become extravagant.

A coward dies a thousand times before his death. The valiant never taste of death but once.

The apples from our own tree taste much better than the sprayed apples from the supermarket.

I went to the movie thinking that it would be fun, but it left me with a bad taste in my mouth.

From personal experience, I know that any encounter with him will leave a bad taste in your mouth.

Dr Tamura and his colleagues wanted to see if ordinary wine drinkers perceived the negative taste.

We see with our eyes, we hear with our ears, we touch with our skin, we smell with our nose, and we taste with our tongue.

With the eyes, we see; with the ears, we hear; with the skin, we touch; with the nose, we smell; and with the tongue, we taste.

For a temporary taste of another world and a look at your own desires you must pay everything you own, and ten years off your life.

The museums are full of objects which the most cultivated taste of a period considered beautiful, but which seem to us now worthless.

The princess's taste for pleasures was expanding; and we thought only about how to sprinkle on them new seasonings, so as to give them more spice.

There are people which have been given to taste only poison, to which any surprise is a hurtful one and any acquaintance becomes a new torture opportunity.

The official designs of the Government, especially its designs in connection with postage stamps and coinage, may be described, I think, as the silent ambassadors of national taste.

My wife gave birth to a child when we were very poor. While she was sleeping, I cooked rice and vegetables for several days and surprised her with the variety and taste of my cooking.

Words of man may not be perfect, his vision and thoughts may be defective; but his heart must beat at the rhythm of creation to remind the angry earths and skies about the lost taste of serenity.

I really can't say that my mother cooks well. For seasoning as well, I prefer the way my wife cooks. But despite this, I want her to teach me. To teach me that taste that I tasted when I was a child.

One of the people I know in real life was trying to come up with a glove to increase your brain's functionality in taste, touch etc. I told him he was nuts but he still thinks it is the best thing since sliced bread!

Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind; and therefore is wing’d Cupid painted blind: nor hath Love’s mind of any judgement taste; wings and no eyes figure unheedy haste: and therefore is Love said to be a child, because in choice he is so oft beguiled.

Much taste, much waste.
(German proverb)

All rotten fish taste the same.
(Chinese proverb)

Taste is the feminine of genius.
(Edward Fitzgerald)

Exuberance is better than taste.
(Gustave Flaubert)

Taste cannot be controlled by law.
(Thomas Jefferson)

'Tis the taste that tells the tale.
(American proverb)

A different man, a different taste.
(Greek proverb)

Other examples

See also examples for tastes, tasted, tasting, taste bud, taste tester, taste-tester, in good taste, acquired taste, sense of taste, taste sensation, taste perception, Taste Like Chicken, There's No Accounting For Taste, Champagne Taste on a Beer Budget.

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