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umami:

see tastetaste,
response to chemical stimulation that enables an organism to detect flavors. In humans and most vertebrate animals, taste is produced by the stimulation by various substances of the taste buds on the mucous membrane of the tongue.
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To me this is a great breakfast beer, that meaty character makes me want some sausage.
98 Oodles of filling, meaty eating, which could serve as a portion for two, but why share?
Florida bobcats, for example, must compete with the snakes in the hunt for a meaty dinner.
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Wing Dings comes with a delicious golden breading and is available in three meaty and tender sizes.
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Rama's second solo exhibition at this gallery (her 1997 show here was her first in the United States) was a small but meaty sampling that spanned the years 1946 (a delicate, dirty watercolor tided Zef) to 1998 (a Mad Cow with distended sherbet-colored teats).
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