Flavor and Sense


Flavor noun - A special quality or impression associated with something.
Usage example: a birthday party whose Caribbean decorations gave it a tropical flavor
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Synonyms for Flavor

Sense and flavor are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Sense" instead a noun "Flavor".


Sense noun - An indefinite physical response to a stimulus.

Flavor and sense are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Flavor" instead a noun "Sense".

Both words in one sentence

  • Film / The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (2015) Spy Fiction: Of the Dirty Martini type, the film's strong sense of style and glamour evoke the Martini flavor in the most classic sense; however Solo and Kuryakin's bosses are much more Stale Beer in nature, from attire to attitude.
  • The apples are also potentially dangerous, as the sense of loss when the flavor of the one sliver ended was so strong he cried.
  • Emotion Eater The flavor text in the Pokédex paints Shuppet as one that feeds off of grudges and deceit, in the sense that they remove those emotions.
    Source: Emotion Eater
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