I adjective acceptable, affecting, agreeable, alluring, ambrosial, amusing, appealing, appetizing, arresting, attractive, bewitching, captivating, challenging, charming, delectable, delicious, delightful, dulcet, enchanting, engaging, entertaining, enthralling, enticing, entrancing, exciting, fascinating, fine, flavorful, flavorous, flavorsome, flavory, full-bodied, full-flavored, good, good-tasting, gratifying, gustable, gustful, impressive, inspiring, interesting, intriguing, inviting, likable, lovely, luscious, nectareous, palatable, piquant, pleasant, pleasing, pleasurable, popular, prepossessing, provocative, provoking, refreshing, relishable, saporous, satisfying, savory, scrumptious, seasoned, stirring, succulent, sweet, tantalizing, tasty, tempting, thought-provoking, titallative, titillating, welcome, winning, winsome II index palatable, savory

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