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Pertaining to the Senses

Sound is to aural as smell is to olfactory as touch is to tactile as taste is to... what?

I can't think of a word that describes the sense of taste. Any help appreciated.

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marked as duplicate by MrHen, Robusto, RegDwigнt Apr 20 '11 at 18:05

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Wikipedia says gustatory.

And from Oxford dictionary

gustatory; concerned with tasting or the sense of taste

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damnit, I just found it :D – Matt E. Эллен Apr 20 '11 at 18:05

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