Etymology
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sapid (adj.)

1630s, "having the power of affecting the organs of taste," from Latin sapidus "savory, having a taste," from sapere (see sapient). Also figurative, "gratifying to the mind or its tastes." Its opposite is insipid. Related: Sapidness; sapidity.

updated on December 21, 2021

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Definitions of sapid from WordNet

sapid (adj.)
full of flavor;
Synonyms: flavorful / flavourful / flavorous / flavourous / flavorsome / flavoursome / saporous
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