flavor

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Synonyms for flavor

a distinctive property of a substance affecting the gustatory sense

a distinctive yet intangible quality deemed typical of a given thing

a substance that imparts taste

to impart flavor to

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Synonyms for flavor

the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people

the taste experience when a savoury condiment is taken into the mouth

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It can be used as often as needed, and it does not contain ingredients that can aggravate the condition, cause allergic reactions, irritate the stomach, or have a drying effect, such as paraben preservatives, artificial flavorings and color, alcohol, and glycerin.
For years, manufacturers have been peddling a frozen mixture of sugar, water, and artificial flavorings and colorings to kids.
SEATTLE -- Banishing MSG, artificial flavorings, synthetic colorings, nitrites, nitrates and more, Pasta & Co, a Seattle favorite for more than 20 years serving ready-to-eat-or-heat epicurean fare, today announced that it will now offer only pure, additive-free foods.
It contains no alcohol or glycerin, which can irritate dry mouth, and no artificial flavorings for a natural taste and feel.
A new study suggests health-food enthusiasts got it all wrong: Artificial flavorings in everything from barbecue potato chips to toothpaste may actually be good for you.