Word Wednesday

• “Organoleptic” is my word for WordWednesday.

Definition:

• Adjective: Affecting to taste, color, odor, and feel of foods or substances, which relates to stimulating your sense organs.

Pronunciation

• Pronunciation – or-guh-noh-LEP-tik

Usage

• The restaurant set up an “Organoleptic” buffet for their Sunday brunch.

Closing Thought – Interesting History

When you prepare you meals do you consider the “Organoleptic” appeal?
English speakers got an early taste of organoleptic in an 1852 translation
of a French chemistry textbook. Its spelling is an Anglicization of the
French word organoleptique.

 

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