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ukus [ muški rod ]

Osećaj i smisao za lepo.

acharnement [ imenica ]
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Ferocity, savagery, fierceness, brutalness

appetite [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. appetit, French appétit, from Latin appetitus, from appetere to strive after, long for; ad + petere to seek. Related to Petition, Appetence.
A feeling of craving something; SYN. appetency, appetence.

liking [ imenica ]
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ETYM Obs. or Prov. Eng.
A feeling of pleasure and enjoyment.

daintiness [ imenica ]
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The quality of being beautiful and delicate in appearance; SYN. delicacy, fineness.

deliciousness [ imenica ]
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Delightfulness; tastiness, savoriness

elegance [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin elegantia, from elegans, -antis, elegant: cf. French élégance.
A quality of refined gracefulness and good taste.

elegancy [ imenica ]
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fancy [ imenica ]
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ETYM Contr. from fantasy, Old Fren. fantasie, fantaisie, French fantaisie, Latin phantasia, from Greek to make visible, to place before one's mind, from phainein to show.
Fancy was held by Coleridge to be more casual and superficial than imagination.

flatter [ imenica ]
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One that flattens; especially; a flat-faced swage used in smithing

flavour [ imenica ]
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Alternate (chiefly British) spelling for flavor.
The name used for the different quarks types (up, down, strange, charm, bottom, top) and for the different lepton types (electron, muon, tau). For each charged lepton flavour there is a corresponding neutrino flavour. In other words, flavour is the quantum number that distinguishes the different quark/lepton types. Each flavour of quark and charged lepton has a different mass. For neutrinos we do not yet know if they have a mass or what the masses are.

gust [ imenica ]
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A strong current of air; SYN. blast, blow.

gusto [ imenica ]
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ETYM Italian or Spanish, from Latin gustus; akin to Eng. choose. Related to Gust.
Vigorous and enthusiastic enjoyment; SYN. relish, zest, zestfulness.

savour [ imenica ]
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Alternate (chiefly British) spelling for savor.

smack [ imenica ]
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A sharp slap or blow; SYN. hit, slap.
The act of hitting something; SYN. smacking, slap.
An enthusiastic kiss; SYN. smooch.

style [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. stile, French style, Of. also stile, Latin stilus a style or writing instrument, manner or writing, mode of expression; probably for stiglus, meaning, a pricking instrument, and akin to Eng. stick.
(Homonym: stile).
A particular kind (as to appearance).
A slender bristlelike or tubular process.
The narrow elongated part of the pistil between the ovary and the stigma.
In flowers, the part of the carpel bearing the stigma at its tip. In some flowers it is very short or completely lacking, while in others it may be long and slender, positioning the stigma in the most effective place to receive the pollen.
Usually the style withers after fertilization but in certain species, such as rock clematis Clematis verticillaris, it develops into a long feathery plume that aids dispersal of the fruit.
Ancient writing instrument with one sharp and one blunt end; Botany stalklike outgrowth of ovary bearing stigma.

taste [ imenica ]
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Sense that detects some of the chemical constituents of food. The human tongue can distinguish only four basic tastes (sweet, sour, bitter, and salty) but it is supplemented by the sense of smell. What we refer to as taste is really a composite sense made up of both taste and smell.
In art, the ability to judge the quality of a work of art. A person who consistently enjoys the tawdry and the second-rate is said to have “bad taste” whereas those who admire only the best display “good taste”. Since taste is nowadays regarded as essentially subjective, the term is useful only as a means of instigating critical debate.
The faculty of taste; SYN. gustation, sense of taste, gustatory modality.
The sensation that results when taste buds in the tongue and throat convey information about the chemical composition of a soluble stimulus
Distinguishing a taste by means of the taste buds; SYN. tasting.
Delicate discrimination (especially of aesthetic values); SYN. appreciation, discernment, perceptiveness.
A small amount eaten or drunk; SYN. mouthful.
A brief experience of something

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