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Subject:  Re: You will really enjoy this! What fun! Date:  8/13/2017  2:13 PM
Author:  rainphakir Number:  126 of 132

Disgust vs gust in English? There are derivatives, in English, of gust, signifying the positive /opposite of disgust

How about:
She ate the liver and onions with gusto.
He approached his task with gusto.
Gustatory is the official term for the sense of taste?

FWIW 🙂
Ralph
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