\ɹˈɛlɪʃ], \ɹˈɛlɪʃ], \ɹ_ˈɛ_l_ɪ_ʃ]\
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n. A pleasing sensation in eating or drinking; a tickling of the palate;â€”taste; savour; gont;â€”that which is used to make food, more palatable or impart a flavour to it, as sauce, seasoning &c.;-zest; gusto; piquancy;--a small quantity; taste; bit; drop;â€”hence, figuratively, inclination or taste for; fondness of;â€”power of perceiving beauty or excellence in literature or art; appreciation of; critical taste.
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