What a pity it is, Elinor," said Marianne, "that Edward should have no taste for drawing.
I shall not lose you so soon, and Edward will have greater opportunity of improving that natural taste for your favourite pursuit which must be so indispensably necessary to your future felicity.
The point is," I concluded my sermon, "that it is the accessibility of alcohol that has given me my taste for alcohol.
I read back in my life and saw how the accessibility of alcohol had given me the taste for it.
Thus perceiving a taste for
a certain modern style of poetry in my companion, I bethought me of a poem which I had written on the roadside a few days before, and which, I confess, I was eager to confide to some sympathetic ear.
All meat tasted alike to him, for his taste for
meat was one of the vanished pleasures in the limbo of memory.
He considered his disposition as of the sort which must suffer heavily, uniting very strong feelings with quiet, serious, and retiring manners, and a decided taste for
reading, and sedentary pursuits.
A CHANGE in your taste for
sugar, caffeine, alcohol and carbs can take away the appetite.
We know that the human tongue can detect five tastes -- sweet, salt, sour, bitter and umami (a taste for
identifying protein rich foods).
In the eyes of reformers, those who over-indulged their taste for
sweets or who did so in inappropriate circumstances not only risked their health; they flouted important social conventions as well.
Those of you with a taste for
building supplies still have a nice selection to choose from.
While genetics may guide your preferences, exposure to various kinds of foods also helps develop a taste for
In contrast, repeated electric shocks to their feet did not diminish rats' taste for
Toward end of cooking rice, taste for
consistency; it should be firm but not crunchy.