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Word of the Day 01/06/20 Gusto

Gusto (noun)
gusto [ guhs-toh ]


noun plural gus·toes
1. hearty or keen enjoyment, as in eating or drinking, or in action or speech in general: to dance with gusto.
2. individual taste or liking: The boy is an imaginative charmer, with a gusto for storytelling.
3. Archaic. artistic style or taste.

WORDS RELATED TO GUSTO
zest, zeal, verve, brio, fervor, relish, savor, heart, appreciation, enjoyment, ardor, delectation, delight, taste, exhilaration, passion, pleasure, liking, appetite, palate

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Origin: 1620–30; < Italian < Latin gustus; see gust

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