foretaste definition

  • noun:
    • An advance token or caution.
    • hook taste or sample in expectation of some thing in the future.
    • An advance token or caution.
    • A taste first; foresmack.
    • hook taste or sample in expectation of anything to come.
    • A sample consumed expectation; pleasure taken in advance.
    • A taste before you start; foresmack.
    • A taste first; enjoyment ahead of time; expectation.
    • An advance token or warning.
    • A sample taken in expectation; satisfaction taken in advance.
    • A slight taste or sample in expectation of something in the future.
    • A taste beforehand; foresmack.
    • an example drawn in anticipation; enjoyment taken in advance.
    • A taste before you start; anticipation; enjoyment ahead of time.
    • A taste before you start; enjoyment in advance; expectation.
    • an earlier restricted understanding of something however to occur
    • A taste upfront; enjoyment beforehand; anticipation.
    • A taste before you start; expectation; enjoyment beforehand.
    • an early limited understanding of something however to take place
    • A taste ahead of time; expectation; satisfaction in advance.
    • an early on limited understanding of something however to take place
    • An advance token or warning.
    • a small flavor or test in anticipation of one thing in the future.
    • A taste first; foresmack.
    • A sample drawn in expectation; pleasure drawn in advance.
    • A taste first; enjoyment beforehand; anticipation.
    • A taste beforehand; anticipation; pleasure ahead of time.
    • an earlier restricted knowing of one thing yet to occur
  • verb-transitive:
    • To have an anticipatory taste of.
    • to own an anticipatory style of.
    • To taste before full possession; having past satisfaction or experience of; to anticipate.
    • To taste before another.
    • to own an anticipatory flavor of.
    • To taste before complete ownership; to possess earlier pleasure or connection with; to anticipate.
    • To taste before full ownership; to possess previous satisfaction or experience of; to anticipate.
    • To taste before another.
    • To taste before another.
    • to own an anticipatory flavor of.
    • To taste before full control; to possess past pleasure or connection with; to anticipate.
    • To taste before another.
  • verb:
    • To taste beforehand.
    • To taste before ownership; have earlier experience of; enjoy by expectation.
    • To taste before another.
    • To taste beforehand.
    • To taste before possession; have earlier experience of; enjoy by expectation.
    • To taste before another.
    • To taste first.
    • To taste before ownership; have earlier experience of; enjoy by anticipation.
    • To taste before another.
    • To taste before you start.
    • To taste before possession; have earlier connection with; enjoy by expectation.
    • To taste before another.
  • others:
    • To taste before control; have previous experience of; enjoy by expectation.
    • To taste before another.
    • To taste before possession; have previous experience of; enjoy by anticipation.
    • To taste before another.
    • To taste before possession; have past experience of; enjoy by expectation.
    • To taste before another.
    • To taste before control; have earlier experience of; enjoy by anticipation.
    • To taste before another.

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