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 (gŭs′tə-tôr′ē) also gus·ta·tive (-tə-tĭv)
Of or relating to the sense of taste.

gus′ta·to′ri·ly adv.


in a gustatory manner
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Sue King shares her wares with bicyclists who've made it to the top, geographically and gustatorily.
Once restaurant patrons have eaten their meals and ordered their desserts, what better way to ensure their departure and either free up precious real estate or allow the manager to send home the last remains of their staff than to serve those diners a cup of black stewed liquid so wretched and gustatorily acrimonious it will almost kick them out the door all by itself?
The unapologetic anatomic details that Brave Orchid employs in her description suggest that she and the participants enjoy the feast not only gustatorily, but as a celebration of their toughness, of their ability to eat, and not cathect, the monkey.