1 It was not, she remarked, so palatable to her, but it was the next best.
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2 His own taste was in the line of less solid and more highly-seasoned diet; but hunger makes any fare palatable, and there had been times when Mr. Stepney had been reduced to a crust.
3 But he did not relish the hash for the mention of Clongowes had coated his palate with a scum of disgust.
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4 Stephen, his tongue cleaving to his palate, bowed his head, praying with his heart.
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5 He took a mouthful, drew it up, saturated his palate with it and then spat it forth into the grate.
6 You have crushed the grapes against your palate.
7 It was not, after all, opportunity but imagination that he lacked: he had a mental palate which would never learn to distinguish between railway tea and nectar.
8 Stubb was a high liver; he was somewhat intemperately fond of the whale as a flavorish thing to his palate.
9 Jelinek kept rye bread on hand and smoked fish and strong imported cheeses to please the foreign palate.
10 Because your palate his not yet been attuned to the sublimity of the substances it flavors.
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11 He also drank half a glass of this sparingly served wine, and found it to be nothing but that horrible Montreuil--the terror of all expert palates.
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